Anarchism: A Criticism and History of the Anarchist Theory
Today, anarchism is often dismissed as a poorly-thought-out excuse for mayhem used by miscreants bent on destruction. However, in truth, the concept of anarchism has been explored — and sometimes championed — by many of history’s most important political thinkers. This fascinating volume takes a detailed look at this often-misunderstood political philosophy.
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