Posts Tagged ‘Somalia’

A Skeptic’s Comment on Somalia

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014   Submitted by Victor Clemens

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000030_00041]Harry Binswanger ended an article recently by off-handedly rehashing the “argument from Somalia” anarchists so often hear. Libertarians have responded to this argument already, both academically (see Notten 2003; Coyne 2006; Leeson 2007; Powell et al. 2008; and Leeson et al. 2009) and popularly (see Maccallum 1998; Davidson 2001; Bigwood 2002; MacCallum 2007; Powell 2009; Knight III 2009; Carson 2010; Barker 2011; Grimmett 2013; etc.), but since folks seem intent on continuing to use it I wanted to respond myself, so I can send anyone I talk with about it here.

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What The Occupy Movement Could Learn From Somalia

Friday, December 2nd, 2011   Submitted by Davi Barker

It’s time to acknowledge that the Occupy movement began as an anarchist movement. Adbusters, the magazine that started the ball rolling, describes itself as “anti-consumerist,” but it’s arguably anarchist, or at least heavily influenced by anarchists.

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