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a political theory favoring the abolition of governments

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Torres sees a critique of domination and a contestationary politics of nondomination as key to anarchist politics (Torres, 2007, pp85-7).
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.
Why are so many young feminists engaged in queer, anti-capitalist and anarchist politics? What might we learn from the definitions and explorations of contemporary feminism being formulated in other national and transnational contexts?
The concept remains popular among radicals today, and some of the relief workers in the area espouse anarchist politics.
Essays on related subjects, but with divergent perspectives, are grouped together in nicely self-contained sections on "Post-Consumerist Politics," "Anarchist Politics," "Temporal Politics," and "Revolutionary Politics." By beginning and ending with sections tided "Open-Ended Utopian Politics," the book brings us back around to its starting point in a manner reflecting the journey and return made by The Dispossessed's protagonist, who learns that "you can go home again, so long as you understand that home is a place you have never been." Coming home in an intellectual sense, the final pair of essays reconsiders issues raised in the first pair, and brings together various threads followed throughout the collection.
Christie was up to his eyeballs in anarchist politics at the time.
The apparent friction between no borders politics, freedom of movement struggles, and anarchist politics reaches a peak when the argument eventually leads to a need to challenge all ideological 'labels'.
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.thenation.com/article/anti-fascist-activists-are-fighting-the-alt-right-in-the-streets/) Antifa NYC told The Nation last month.
(7) As this article demonstrates, not only did anarchism play an important role in the polymorphous development of the New Left across the long sixties, but so too did anarchist politics, culture, and activism connect the long sixties with the social movements and activist projects of the 1970s and 1980s.
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.
Certainly one of the defining dimensions of the microradio movement is this intersection of anarchist politics and ethnic militancy, the blending of broadcast power and black power - or, with San Francisco's Radio Libre, the integration of "Latino homeboys and white anarchists."[3]
Dixon canvasses a range of issues, including ones that have plagued anarchist politics for decades without satisfactory resolution.