No gods, no masters

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"No gods, no masters" is an anarchist slogan which originated with Louis Auguste Blanqui as "Ni dieu ni maître!".

It was later used by several atheist people and groups, such as Margaret Sanger, Friedrich Nietzsche, and the IWW.[1]

It is still in use today by liberal anarchist protesters.

References

  1. Q&A Jurisprudence 2013-2014