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Philosophy: Anarchism

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Chase Rachels

Could private industries effectively take the place of the state when it comes to defense, both nationally and regionally? Chase Rachels explains some possibilities of defense production in a free, voluntary society.

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c4ss.org

The Westphalian nation-state’s sovereignty rested on its sole right to define the legitimacy of both use of violence within its boundaries and the exercise of violence against other nation-states.

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C.Smith/Angel Clark Show

I was interviewed on the Angel Clark show. It was excellent! It was a live show broadcast on the Liberty Radio Network, Ron Paul Radio, and the RadioFreedom.us feeds, and is available in the show archive and via iTunes. I invite you to listen.

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Christine Smith YouTube video

7-minute video for Christians, those who value the teachings of Jesus, or anyone who thinks it's compassionate for government to help with anything-food, medical care, education, foreign aid, disasters, or any social/humanitarian need.

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Lew Rockwell blog

"The principle, on which the war was waged by the North, was simply this: That men may rightfully be compelled to submit to, and support, a government that they do not want; and that resistance, on their part, makes them traitors and criminals."

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Lew Rockwell blog

Jay spent half a century lecturing on human liberty.and was awarded the Sovereign Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Libertopia conference/festival in Hollywood, California for outstanding work in promoting the ideals of sovereign individuality an

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dailyanarchist.com

Natural rights begin with the idea that a human being is a form of property. The question becomes “who is the owner?” There are three possible alternatives: each person is a self-owner; someone else owns him (slavery); or he is an unclaimed good.

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www.fff.org by by Wendy McElroy, December 8, 2011

As long as the association is voluntary, social harmony is preserved and rights are promoted. Moreover, in a desire to compete, institutions become more efficient at satisfying customers' needs. In short, choice promotes both social harmony and a hig

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c4ss.org

Gitlin describes contemporary anarchism accurately (if generally) as “a theory of self-organization,” one opposed to a plutocracy of elites who have “artfully arranged a mutual back-scratching society to enrich themselves.”

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vimeo.com

Brazil plays host to an exclusive seminar on the Austrian School of Economics. It was on April 11 and 12, 2010, the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre welcomed students and professionals from all over the country to discuss the challenges of Eco

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The question of roads always seems to arise as a central objection to a stateless society – which makes perfect sense in a way, because it is a form of public ownership that we have all experienced firsthand,...

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