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Professor Gary Chartier’s concise, yet beautiful, introduction to the philosophy of anarchism is a modern anarchist manifesto, written to appeal to even the most ardent of statists. This simple but powerful book explains why the state is illegitimate, unnecessary, and dangerous, and what we can do to begin achieving real freedom. Join Jeffrey Tucker to discuss “The Conscience of an Anarchist” Sunday, September 14th at 8pm EDT!

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