Anarchy in the USA! (and everywhere else)

In this edition of the Roundtable, James Corbett, Sibel Edmonds and Peter B. Collins welcome Andrew Gavin Marshall for a discussion of his recent podcast on “Anarchy, Socialism and Free Markets.” We talk about anarchism as a philosophy and what it really entails, as well as how it links to socialism, libertarianism and other political philosophies. We also delve into some of the questions and critiques that many raise to the idea of anarchism.

Categories: Anarchism/Anti-State

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  1. just like Matriarchy history has shown Anarchy is not a viable governing system. That’s the good thing about past events, they work as an effective filter for present systems. IF anarchy would be viable most of the developed world would have anarchy as a leading ideology now. Since they don’t anarchy didn’t work that well obviously. Or do you have the illusion anarchy is a ‘new’ invention? It isn’t, it used to be called ‘law of the jungle’.. See how far the African continent got with that.

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