By Peter Gelderloos
This booklet takes examples from all over the world, determining via background and anthropology, exhibiting that individuals have, in numerous methods and at various instances, confirmed mutual relief, self-organization, autonomy, horizontal determination making, and so forth--the rules that anarchy is based on--regardless of whether or not they known as themselves anarchists or no longer. Too good documented to be strictly mythology, and too generalized to be strictly anthropology, this can be an inspiring resolution to the folks who say that anarchists are utopian: a point-by-point creation to how anarchy can and has truly labored.
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