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ziq wrote (edited )

It certainly walks the fence between social and indi anarchism in a way other indi forms of anarchy don't (with the possible exception of postciv.)

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martasultan wrote (edited )

That's why I personally like it, with more illegalist aspects than most mutualists ascribe to. It's sort of a middle ground- not because I'm a centrist but because both are very attractive and mutualism seems to be something worth my time.