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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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Karen Kirkham and Lawrie |Coombs, left, outside the Cleveland Trade Unionists and Unemployed Workers Union Centre on Marton Road, Middlesbrough, where members of the Teesside Anarchist Network held a peaceful protest yesterday.
Schaffer's contribution is similar, examining the largely indigenous Puerto Rican anarchist movement but situating the Puerto Rican movement within a much larger regional network that linked Puerto Rico to Havana, Tampa, New York, Philadelphia and beyond.
As will be demonstrated here, Vancouver's anarchist community created a series of strong political, personal, and cultural connections with local punk scenes in the wake of the 1978 anti-Canada Day concert.
What was really at issue was his reading the Anarchist Cookbook but that is the topic of a whole other debate on 'thought crime' and the banning of books.
and Ruckus Society and co-founded a number of varied projects, businesses and organizations including Lesson Seven (political industrial band), Red Square (coop art gallery), Century Modern (antique cooperative), Treasure City Thrift (volunteer/worker cooperative) and the Common Ground Collective in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina (the largest anarchist inspired organization in modern US history).
SENTENCE ANGER: Huddersfield Anarchist League banner at the Free Pussy Riot demo in Market Place, Huddersfield, yesterday.
Because of some odd twists of history, Worcester twice was the locale for anarchist plots and atrocities.
It is true that much of the 'Occupy' movement can be traced to Anarchist ideals.
But at this point, police say they don't know who set the fire or why they did it - despite the fact that the burned sport utility vehicle was covered with miscellaneous graffiti that included an anarchist symbol and messages consistent with those of the nation wide "Occupy" movement protesting economic inequities.
In short, the author links the Anarchist attacks of the 1890s in France and the current age of terrorism because the targets are innocent civilians.
This episodic violence, loosely associated with the extremist wing of the anarchist movement, lasted roughly from 1880 to 1910.
Bomb disposal experts have defused an explosive package at the Greek embassy in Rome just days after parcel bomb attacks claimed by an Italian anarchist group wounded two people at the Swiss and Chilean missions.