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Monday Lazy Linking

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 12 years ago, in 2010, on the World Wide Web.

  • Anarchists in Space. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-02-07). Paul Raven reviews Ursula K. Le Guin's classic novel The Dispossessed, a tale of the confrontation between an anarcho-syndicalist culture and a state-capitalist culture. (CHT François.) Though Le Guin's personal sympathies were with the anarchists, she doesn't stack the deck (unlike most political science fiction): the anarcho-syndicalist culture is actually… (Linked Monday 2010-02-08.)
  • Comment on Anarchists in Space by Roderick. Roderick, Comments for Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-02-08). Back in 1980, when Broach came out, perhaps Kolko's Triumph of Conservatism or Railroads and Regulation, and then follow it up with stuff from Left & Right and the early years of Libertarian Forum. If it were nowadays, Kevin Carson's books would obviously be essential. The crucial point is this:… (Linked Monday 2010-02-08.)

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  1. Gabriel

    An interesting news story I found. The ex-police officer encouraging his employee to skip court is very interesting. It makes you doubt the stalwart commitment to justice that agents of the state routinely profess.

    http://www.miamiherald.com/news/southflorida/story/1372575.html

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