Anarchism Revived

  title={Anarchism Revived},
  author={L. Williams},
  journal={New Political Science},
  pages={297 - 312}
  • L. Williams
  • Published 2007
  • New Political Science
  • Long regarded as a dated school of political thought, anarchism has been rejuvenated in the last decade or so. From anarcho-punk bands putting out “noise music” to bands of young people sporting black attire and the circle-A, its cultural symbols are widely present. Self-identified “anarchists” have often taken center stage at protests directed at major political and financial institutions. My central purpose in this article is to explore the variety of ideological orientations found in the… CONTINUE READING
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