Contemporary anarchist and anarchistic movements

  title={Contemporary anarchist and anarchistic movements},
  author={Dana M Williams},
  journal={Sociology Compass},
Sociology Compass. 2018;12:e12582. wileyo Abstract Although the period of highest activity for anarchist movements peaked in the early 1990s, such movement continues in the present. Contemporary antiauthoritarian movements are a product of the 1950s and New Left, as well as the USSR's demise. Antiauthoritarian movements are either explicitly anarchist or implicitly anarchist (thus, simply “antiauthoritarian,” “autonomist,” or “libertarian‐socialist… 
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