Libertarianism is the feeble step-child of anarchism: espousing that the individual is everything, the collective is always oppressive.
Anarchism articles on Democracy Chronicles
A political philosophy that advocates societies without government based on free associations designed to remove hierarchy. Anarchism is in essence the belief that government is undesirable. Also see our articles on Capitalism, Libertarianism, and Socialism.
Anarchy may very well be considered as something that is different from the violent, lawless chaos many people picture it to be.
As academics, we think too much. We are paralyzed and thus afraid to think, to act. As Americans, we have forgotten what civil disobedience really means. We can learn a lot from the normalistas, the students in Ayotzinapa.
Having the longest-lasting constitution that is the hardest to change is a negative, not a positive—it is not something to brag about. The best solution is to get a constitutional amendment passed to totally revise Article V.
In this essay the author discusses 6 divergent political and religious groups and the world. What is now happening is the working class is increasingly getting a smaller share of the pie, the middle class is disappearing, and the rich keep getting richer.
This Third Constitution of the United States created after the Articles of Confederation and the (second) Constitution of the United States—will maximize democracy, promote world peace, and restore ecological wisdom.
Creators and thinkers at Conference on Radical Democracy encourage new concepts in government
This is a worldwide poll on general categories of political parties. Residents of all countries are invited to vote. Including a party-category here certainly does not imply approval, endorsement or condoning of it.
Occupy’s Nowhere Man Brian Connolly has been an OWS activist and instigator for nearly two years – he’s the guy who’s the spitting image of John Lennon
After direct challenges to authority are crushed, an undemocratic regime relies on apathy to clean-up remains of any meaningful dissent or ways to revolt