May 20, 2013
- How the variety of hyphenated forms of anarchism will continue to grow as anarchism becomes a more prevalent political ideology.
- How the many hyphens within anarchism need not be a source of division but of strength and potential outreach to an ever greater number of constituencies.
- The need for leaders and activists to emerge in different anti-state movements who recognize the need for a united revolutionary front against common enemies.
- How a revolutionary anarchist movement would be the leadership of a larger libertarian-populist movement.
- The possibility of a political meta-party as the political arm of the anarchist movement.
- The need for anarchists to organize an international federation of regional independence movements.
- How the majority of anarchists are oriented towards the cultural fringes and the difficulties this presents when trying to radicalize the center.
- How anarchists can appeal to ordinary people by championing their basic economic interests.
- The need for a revolutionary movement that is both layered and compartmentalized, and strikes a healthy balance between the fringe and the middle, the bottom and the top.
- How the revolutionary struggle must be on all fronts: political, economic, social, and military.
Run time: 85:17
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