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« on: February 07, 2004, 07:37:48 AM »

Anarchism is an interesting political philosophy to consider, and one of the least known and most misrepresented. (It does not mean violence and chaos as the popular understanding of the word 'anarchy' implies, but rather with building an egalitarian, non-hierarchical, self-governing socialist society).
The link below gives a perspective on anarchism from a member of the Nigerian Anarchist group the Awareness League.
The rest of the site this is from is interesting as well.
Not sure if the link below will work if you click on it, if not and if you don't feel like typing it all in, go to the general board where I also posted the link.
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