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An Anarchist FAQ by Iain McKay

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An Anarchist FAQ
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Publisher: Anarchist Writers
ISBN/ASIN: 1902593901
Number of pages: 748

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This FAQ was written by anarchists across the world in an attempt to present anarchist ideas and theory to those interested in it. It desires to present arguments on why you should be an anarchist as well as refuting common arguments against anarchism and other proposed solutions to the social problems we face.

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