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We Have Not Succeeded in Unifying People

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Anarchy – Mission, Feasibility, and Implimentation

I remember when I first realized that the notions I had regarding politics and social affairs could most closely be called Anarchy.  I was in one of my Spanish literature class (to my delight my second major, Spanish, was filled … Continue reading

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Thank You Hippies

“The two candidates in the Democratic primary were a woman and an African-American. That too was historic. It would have been unimaginable forty years ago. The fact that the country has become civilized enough to accept this outcome is a … Continue reading

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Restricted Infinite Freedom

This notion applies to many arenas in life.  It is especially appropriate to our freedom confined within bodies and movements. Another example comes from Chomsky – he finds justification for Anarchist society in our capacity for language. With a limited amount … Continue reading

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