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anarchist

a person who advocates the abolition of government and a social system based on voluntary cooperation
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That," replied the Anarchist, who was not without a certain hardness of head, "that is none of your business; I am not bound to be consistent.
He had become a monomaniac and an anarchist--not a philosophic anarchist, merely, but a violent anarchist.
It's a society," he explained, standing ponderously by the side of the arm-chair, "not anarchist in principle, but open to all shades of revolutionary opinion.
There is no man more despised and disliked abroad, not only because he is a Jew and ill-bred, but because of his known sympathy with some of these anarchists who are perfect firebrands in Europe.
This paper addresses the recent rediscovery of anarchist geographies and its implications in current debates on the 'foundations' of science and knowledge.
Avrich concluded his study by arguing that the inability of the different anarchist factions to reconcile their differences ultimately left them defenseless against the Bolsheviks, who eventually succeeded either in co-opting, killing, or exiling the anarchists and destroying the movement.
Jesse Cohn, Underground Passages: Anarchist Resistance Culture 1848-2011 Edinburgh, Oakland, Baltimore: AK Press, 2014; 421pp; ISBN 9781849352017
Coupling government's capabilities and its natural propensity for violence, state invasion of anarchist territory should be considered inevitable.
On July 29, 1900, Italy's King, Umberto I, who had previously escaped two attempts at his life, was shot and killed by Gaetano Bresci, a young Italian anarchist weaver who had migrated to Paterson, New Jersey in 1898.
Immigrants Against the State examines the rise and fall of the American anarchist movement, from the peak years of southern and eastern European immigration to the start of the Cold War.
Travis Tomchuck brings the anarchist movement in Canada and the United States to life from a transnational perspective.