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a political theory favoring the abolition of governments

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This was particularly true in Vancouver, where a resurging anarchist politics and a thriving punk scene developed in tandem during the second half of the 1970s.
To summarize, York is an artful writer and each of his biographical chapters skillfully introduces faithful Christians who have practiced classical anarchist politics.
I Love a Man in Uniform: A Memoir of Love, War, and Other Battles is the memoir of former exotic dancer Lily Burana, who once espoused anarchist politics and purple hair dye.
In fact, Kissack convincingly argues that by exposing the dangers of state intervention into the private sexual lives of its citizens, the Wilde case served as the catalyst for a symbiosis between anarchist politics and gay rights.
The concept remains popular among radicals today, and some of the relief workers in the area espouse anarchist politics.
Christie was up to his eyeballs in anarchist politics at the time.
6"Antifa combines radical left-wing and anarchist politics, revulsion at racists, sexists, homophobes, anti-Semites, and Islamophobes, with the international anti-fascist culture of taking the streets and physically confronting the brownshirts of white supremacy, whoever they may be," (https://www.
There is, of course, plenty of scope for overlap between autonomous and anarchist politics (the terms are used interchangeably at some points in the book), and the squatting movement is not associated exclusively with one political approach.
of Nebraska) describes the cases of academics in the United States who have been silenced through firings, jailings, and deportations for challenging powerful interests through free speech, including historian Michael Bellesiles, who wrote about the role of guns in American society; Ward Churchill, whose unpopular views about the September 11th attacks led to efforts to oust him from the University of Colorado; David Graeber, the Yale anthropologist whose anarchist politics led to denial of tenure; and Sami al-Arian, the Palestinian-born Florida professor judicially hounded as a terrorist in spite of lack of evidence.
These small sonic revolts coalesce into powerful anarchist politics.
Woodcock does not elaborate about Ingeborg, respecting her wish not to be drawn in his memoir, nevertheless the retreat from anarchist politics is apparent.