The word anarchy unsettles most people in the Western world; it suggests disorder, violence, uncertainty. We have good reason to fear these conditions, because we’ve been living with them for a long time, not in anarchist societies (there have never been any) but exactly those societies fearful of anarchy—the powerful nation-states of modern times.
Howard Zinn
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