Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

‘Laws: We know what they are, and what they are worth! They are spider webs for the rich and mighty, steel chains for the poor and weak, fishing nets in the hands of the government.’ Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

March 3, 2009 · 1 min read

‘Laws: We know what they are, and what they are worth! They are spider webs for the rich and mighty, steel chains for the poor and weak, fishing nets in the hands of the government.’ Pierre-Joseph Proudhon


Manchester skyline

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