Anarchist Direct Actions: A Challenge for Law Enforcement

@inproceedings{Borum2005AnarchistDA,
  title={Anarchist Direct Actions: A Challenge for Law Enforcement},
  author={Randy Borum and Chuck Tilby},
  year={2005}
}
This article provides a descriptive, operational analysis of the modern anarchist movement, emphasizing the actions of the criminal anarchists and implications for US law enforcement. It begins by explaining some core tenets of anarchist “theory,” and its relationship to violence, then describes the structure, tactics and tradecraft of militant anarchist activists. It concludes that Anarchism is a revolutionary movement, not just a “protest group.” Clearly not all anarchists advocate or engage… CONTINUE READING

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