Analysis Of Anarchism: What It Really Stands For By Goldman

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In "Anarchism: What It Really Stands For," Goldman points out the myth of anarchism. Anarchism is impractical, and it stands for violence and destruction, so it must be rejected as dangerous. Anarchists believe that the state is unnecessary because order and social harmony can arise naturally and spontaneously. They also view the state as evil because it goes against the principles of freedom and inequality. On the other hand, anarchists do not believe in laws because human knows what is good and bad and how to act appropriately in the society. Furthermore, anarchists believe in the abolition of the government system because they think the government cheated and betrayed them. Basically, anarchism is a new way of organizing ourselves based
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