X-Message-Number: 21916
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2003 18:33:43 +0900 (JST)
From: "Matthew S. Malek" <>
Subject: Links

> On the differences between 'market anarchism' and 'anarcho-socialism'
> see Bryan Caplan's 'Anarchist Theory FAQ':
> http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan/anarfaq.htm
> You also might be interested in:

Thank you for the list of links.  As you acknowledge, they are basically
written from an extreme right-Libertarian point of view.

I have read some of these before, such as the site by Caplan.
Personally, I find large gaps in their information and odd nomenclature.

For instance, I personally find the term "market Anarchist" to be a
contradiction as historically Anarchists have been opposed to hierarchy in
all forms, both governmental and corporate.  Anarchism that rejects only
some hierarchy is not Anarchism.

Allow me to offer another link, then.  For a detailed reservior of
information, please see:

Section F may be of particular interest to some here.

=>Long Life,

   Matthew S. Malek        |    "Judging by his outlandish attire, he's
       |     some sort of free-thinking anarchist!"

	"Many young Czechs say that their direct experience with
         communism and capitalism has taught them that the two
         systems have something in common:  they both centralize
         power in the hands of a few, and they both treat people
         as if they are less than fully human."

                                --Naomi Klein (September 2000)

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