Origins and meaning of WWI

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'''Origins and meaning of WWI''' is a 24 page [[zine]] presenting an essay by [[John Zerzan]] which also appears in his book ''Elements of Refusal''.  
'''Origins and meaning of WWI''' is a 24 page [[zine]] presenting an essay by [[John Zerzan]] which also appears in his book ''Elements of Refusal''.  
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Zerzan is a anarcho-primitivist and takes the view that World War One was more or less the means by which the growing power of revolutionary movements in Western Europe was stamped out. The back cover states that 'War is the health of the state'.
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Zerzan is a [[Anarchism|anarcho-primitivist]] and takes the view that World War One was more or less the means by which the growing power of revolutionary movements in Western Europe was stamped out. The back cover states that 'War is the health of the state'.
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Origins and meaning of WWI is a 24 page zine presenting an essay by John Zerzan which also appears in his book Elements of Refusal.

Zerzan is a anarcho-primitivist and takes the view that World War One was more or less the means by which the growing power of revolutionary movements in Western Europe was stamped out. The back cover states that 'War is the health of the state'.

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