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methods of attack are thought to
raise a revolutionary consciousness, their effectiveness disincentives the
masses and those targeted are easily replaced.
The anarchist prophets of the “propaganda of the deed” can argue all
they want about the elevating and stimulating influence of terrorist acts
on the masses. Theoretical considerations and political experience prove
otherwise. The more “effective” the terrorist acts, the greater their impact,
the more they reduce the interest of the masses in self-organization and
self-education. But the smoke from the confusion
Darwin’s studies, it was argued conclusively in the Revista Social, had
a clear social application too. In the mind of this writer, Darwin’s work
provided nothing less than ‘un excelente argumento para probar que la
mejor organizacion de una sociedad animal es la organizacion colectiva
anarquista’ (an excellent argument that proves that the best form of
organization of animal society is anarchist collectivist organization).127
This rotund affirmation was made on the basis of the self-organization
of evolutionary adaptation and ‘social’ change that both