Etymologically, the term anarchism derives from two ancient Greek words: αν, meaning “absence of,” and Aρχη′, meaning “authority,” “government,” “ruler,” or “war chief.” Anarchism thus carries a negative charge: the negation of authority, the absence of ...

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