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'''Anarchism''' is a political theory asserting that all forms of governmental authority are unnecessary and harmful.  Anarchists advocate for a society based on mutual cooperation and free association.  Many anarchists extend this belief beyond the realm of government into personal, family, and work relationships.  From its beginnings, the [[punk]] movement has been closely allied with anarchism, though they are not interchangeable.
 
'''Anarchism''' is a political theory asserting that all forms of governmental authority are unnecessary and harmful.  Anarchists advocate for a society based on mutual cooperation and free association.  Many anarchists extend this belief beyond the realm of government into personal, family, and work relationships.  From its beginnings, the [[punk]] movement has been closely allied with anarchism, though they are not interchangeable.
  
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==See also==
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*[[:Category:Anarchist|A list of Anarchist zines, zinesters and topics]]
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[[Category:Philosophy]][[Category:Term]][[Category:Anarchist|*]]

Latest revision as of 15:09, 4 October 2007

Anarchism is a political theory asserting that all forms of governmental authority are unnecessary and harmful. Anarchists advocate for a society based on mutual cooperation and free association. Many anarchists extend this belief beyond the realm of government into personal, family, and work relationships. From its beginnings, the punk movement has been closely allied with anarchism, though they are not interchangeable.

See also