How is social change ultimately conducted? What role does deviance play in conducting large-scale social change? Who/What are the ultimate drivers of social innovation? In a world plagued with suffering and injustice, these questions are more relevant than ever and demand contemplation.
By studying a detailed blueprint for an anarchist society, as found in Diego Abad de Santillan’s After the Revolution (1937), we can better understand the ideology of anarcho-syndicalism, as well as the democratic and anti-capitalist philosophy which fuels it.