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  • Anarchism is defined as the abolition of the state, and the end of the state. Anarchist society is a way to organize relations among people. It refers
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  • property? F.5 Will privatising "the commons" increase liberty? F.6 Is "anarcho"-capitalism against the state? F.6.1 What's wrong with this "free market" justice
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  • so-called "anarcho" capitalism). It should now be clear that since capitalism is based on hierarchy (not to mention statism and exploitation), "anarcho"-capitalism
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  • that all anarchists have agreed upon (for a fuller discuss of why "anarcho"-capitalism is not anarchist see section F). Voltairine de Cleyre, "Anarchism"
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  • to the so-called "anarchist" capitalists (see section F on why "anarcho"-capitalism is not anarchist). This is not to say that after a revolution "anarcho"-capitalist
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  • Robert Levin's "The Marginalization of Scarcity" for more information. anarcho-capitalism: A political philosophy which proposes the replacement of governments
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