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Anarchist

A person who believes no government is beneficial. Anarchists historically have been associated with violence, especially during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Anarchism exists in many different forms. Some on the far right believe in total individualism and voluntarism, while others on the far left believe that complete collectivism can replace the state.
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Terry Banfield Member of Anarchist Federation Croesyceiliog , Cwmbran
A statement on the Teesside Anarchist Network's Facebook page last night read: "Trustees of Cleveland Trade Unionists and Unemployed Workers Resource Centre have agreed to our demand to meet with us within seven days to discuss renovation of the centre as a viable project.
A core part of three of the volumes under consideration centres on the operations of international anarchist and syndicalist networks as they emerged in the context of this increased radicalism.
Generally, the activists that made up Vancouver's anarchist projects and tendencies were roughly a decade older than the bands and audiences that assembled in the park, with personal histories rooted in the student New Left, counterculture, feminist, and guerrilla movements of the long sixties, rather than in the closing years of the so-called cynical seventies associated with the rise of punk.
Pierides should have known better than to pack flares in his luggage but had he not been sought for reading the Anarchist Cookbook, likely he would have flown home flares and all.
of Oxford, England), reveal the emergence of a "cooperatist anarchist modernity"--which helped expand knowledge in such diverse areas of Japanese cultural life as language, history, religion, the arts, literature, education, and the natural sciences--as a major current in Japanese intellectual and cultural history from the mid-19th to the early-20th century.
Arvind Kejriwal is right in calling himself an anarchist," she said adding that the main elements of the definition correctly fit his description.
Anarchism's influence on organization and action can be seen in projects like the Common Ground Collective, the largest anarchist organization in modern US history to come into existence after Hurricane Katrina, the Occupy uprisings, and the environmental climate change movements across the US.
The spate of attacks comes after police recently raided a large squat, arresting many anarchists inside and confiscating petrol bombs and other material, the BBC's Mark Lowen reports from Athens.
MEMBERS of Huddersfield Anarchist League staged a protest against the imprisonment of Russian punk group Pussy Riot.
The list of national leaders assassinated by Anarchists after 1880 includes Russian Czar Alexander II, killed in 1881, and President William McKinley, shot by anarchist Leon Czolgosz in Buffalo in September 1901.
The people called for the overthrow of the regime and this means to bring the current system or the state down, as it happened before with the Abbasids, Ayyubids, Ottomans and others whose state was overthrown, but Egypt was not harmed," said self-proclaimed anarchist Yasser Abdel Kawy, an artist, photographer and graphic designer.