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Against His-Story, against Leviathan His major work, a vast study of the rise of totalitarian lifestyles and a profound affirmation of the struggle to reassert human values. One of the most significant and influential anarchic texts of the last few decades. Full description
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Fredy Perlman was born in Brno, Czechoslovakia on August 20, 1934. He emigrated with parents to Cochabamba, Bolivia in 1938 just ahead of the Nazi takeover. The Perlman family came to the United States in 1945 & lived variously in Mobile, Alabama, Brooklyn, Queens before settling in Lakeside Park, Kentucky, a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio where Fredy graduated high school. 1959-63, he & Lorraine lived on the lower east side of Manhattan while Fredy worked on a statistical analysis of the world's resources with John Ricklefs. They participated in anti-bomb & pacifist activities with the Living Theater & others. Fredy was arrested following a sit-down in Times Square in the fall of 1961. He became the printer for the Living Theater & during that time wrote The New Freedom; Corporate Capitalism & a play, Plunder, which he published himself.
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