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  1.   The Floodgates of Anarchy
Christie, Stuart; Meltzer, Albert PM Press 1604861053 / 9781604861051 PAPERBACK New 
1604861053 The floodgates holding back anarchy are constantly under strain. The liberal would ease the pressure by diverting some of the water; the conservative would shore up the dykes, the totalitarian would construct a stronger dam. But is anarchy a destructive force? The absence of government may alarm the authoritarian, but is a liberated people really its own worst enemy--or is the true enemy of mankind, as the anarchists claim, the means by which he is governed? Without government the world could manage to end exploitation and war. Anarchy should not be confused with weak, divided or manifold government. As Christie and Meltzer point out, only with the total abolition of government can society develop in freedom. 
Price: 16.00 USD

 
 2.  The Floodgates of Anarchy
Christie, Stuart; Meltzer, Albert PM Press 1604861053 / 9781604861051 PAPERBACK New 
1604861053 New. No dust jacket as issued. Brand New! Support Pacific Northwest Independent Booksellers! Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 160 p. Audience: General/trade. floodgates holding back anarchy are constantly under strain. liberal would ease the pressure by diverting some of the water; the conservative would shore up the dykes, the totalitarian would construct a stronger dam. But is anarchy a destructive force? absence of government may alarm the authoritarian, but is a liberated people really its own worst enemy--or is the true enemy of mankind, as the anarchists claim, the means by which he is governed? Without government the world could manage to end exploitation and war. Anarchy should not be confused with weak, divided or manifold government. As Christie and Meltzer point out, only with the total abolition of government can society develop in freedom. 
Price: 16.00 USD

 
 

 


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