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Thomas Déri was born stateless in Paris in 1936 to Jewish parents of Hungarian origin who had immigrated due to the economic crisis of 1929. After surviving World War II, he dodged the draft at the time of the Algerian War, settling in Québec to avoid military service.

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232 pages
Released: 22 March 2018
What is anarchy and what do anarchists want? A humanist questions his son, an anarchist activist who has studied the subject. Through their dialogue, the two men explore the roots of anarchy and democracy. They evoke certain figures and the different currents of the anarchist movement, while illustrating their remarks with examples drawn from today’s world. Together, they analyze anarchist critique of the major systems of domination – the state, religion, patriarchy, capitalism and racism – and thus offer an original initiation to anarchy.
Rights Sold: English Canada (Newstar Books), Greece (Stasei Ekpiptontes), Turkey (Say Yayın Dağıtım)

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