What are,if any, the philosophies of anarchist and what are their goals?Is it simply chaos?
Ahh, you see, I don't need much research to write up a hub about this.
There's already so many great articles, though!
I'll make another, however. And be clear.
The goals of Anarchy is to remove the platform on which certain people stand in society. Not to destroy government, but to take government away from a select few and give it to all.
In the media the references are vague.But in movies and litrature it has Just Now dawned on me that a good protagonist,not only the antagonist,will use anarchy in a unique way to match wits with the foe...for instense the rogue detective !!
Lxxy I hope I didn't step on your Hub:)
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by Divy Raghuvanshi 5 years ago
this is the story through out the world.from america's occupy wall street movement and anna hazare 's movement against corruption.most often anarchism is caused when the citizen of a society feel helpless and it ultimately leads to civil war. india has its own story.
by John Holden 7 years ago
Best not come to the UK http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/jul/3 … f-comments
by Keith James Kennedy 21 months ago
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by cjhunsinger 4 years ago
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