VT Digger, “Then Again: A controversial voice for change”

At the turn of the last century, sections of the city were consumed with anarchism. Barre was hardly alone. Anarchism, the political theory that governments are repressive and should be replaced by a society that relies on voluntary cooperation, was at its high tide both nationally and internationally. In Barre, support came primarily from members of the Italian community, who had emigrated to work in the city’s granite industry.

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