Sam Dolgoff played an important role in the anarchist movement since the early 1920s. He was a member of the Chicago Free Society Group in that decade, and co-founded the New York Libertarian League in 1954. He also was active in the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). He was also the editor of the highly-acclaimed anthologies, Bakunin on Anarchy (1971; revised 1980) and The Anarchist Collectives: Workers' Self-Management in the Spanish Revolution, 1936-1939 (1974), Dolgoff also wrote Ethics and American Unionism (1958), The Labor Party Illusion (1961), The Cuban Revolution: A Critical Perspective (1974), A Critique of Marxism (1983), and the autobiographical Fragments (1986).
(From a blurb on the back of a pamphlet, The Relevence of Anarchism in Modern Society)