Monthly Archives: June 2011

Quick Hit: Scary Anarchists Actually Love Dogs, Work!

The Washington Post has a story up today about an anarchist dog walking collective: The seven people present belong to Brighter Days, a dog walkers’ collective founded on anarchist principles. Last year, the five-year-old business grossed more than $250,000. Its members … Continue reading

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On Somalia (Part One)

Some Background: I’ve noticed in casual statist critiques of anarchism that the charge of naivety or being “unrealistic” gets thrown around a lot. When asked for explanation, one is usually treated with a Hobbesian explanation of man’s state of nature, … Continue reading

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