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2 1 Leo Tolstoy, Th� Kingdom of God Is Within Yo .. New York: ThOlll8,8 Y. Crowell, 1905, p. 199. trvlng t. " Second is the bribery by the State of civil bureaucracy and military officialdom. These bribes are ultimately paid for in the heavy taxation of the populace. Third is the hypnotic effect of the State-its concerted effort to distort and deprive common men of cultural and scientific knowledge. The circle of violence is completed by the brutalization of a certain segment of the people into unthinking beasts, willing to do the bidding of any master.
The "rules" of a society tend to become deified into the "rights" of so ciety. The very perpetuation of formalistic rules thus comes to depend upon the willingness of men to become alienated with respect to work processes and anomic with respect to social interaction. The anarchist demand for action is at its source an insistence on the psychological values of spon taneity. The revolutionary deed is u s eful in its nature, over and above political success or failure, precisely because action with a moral purpose is redemptive.
That anarchism sought to challenge. The idea of a natural man continues to inform the heirs of anarchism. There is a considerable body of European social scientists, especially the Franco-Italian group gathered about the Center of the Sociology of Cooperation, who have made the concept of voluntary association a cornerstone of its re searches. 3 Most anarchists would question the possibility of success fully reconciling the impulse to voluntary association with a society increasingly determined by impersonal mechanisms of persuasion and coercion.