"Those who make peaceful evolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable."
-John Fitzgerald Kennedy
To study the Anarch Movement in North America is to study the variety and contradictions that anarch thought often embodies. For every radical West Coast anarch ready to to go war for what he believes in, there's an East Coast Anarch who views the principles of equality and egalitarianism as a fascinating theory fit for debate in Elysium but far too impractical to work in the real world.
North American anarchs show a pronounced tendency to slide into the roles they so often claim to stand against: judge, autocrat, and tyrant. California, as the site of the first successful anarch uprising in North America, is a beacon of hope and inspiration for many who would not follow the Tower or the Sword.
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