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Anarchism means "the absence of any form of government."  
 
Anarchism means "the absence of any form of government."  
  
Casual observers think Objectivism's ideal of [[Capitalism]] is similar to anarchism. This is not true. Objectivism rejects anarchism. [[Capitalism]] requires a government of a specific type. The Ayn Rand compilation that addresses politics is [[Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal]].
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Casual observers think Objectivism's ideal of [[Capitalism]] is similar to anarchism. This is not true. Objectivism rejects anarchism. [[Capitalism]] requires a government of a specific type. The Ayn Rand compilation that addresses politics is [[Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal]]. Furthermore, many anarchists consider anarchism to also be anti-capitalist in nature.
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==See also==
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[[Libertarianism]]
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[[Category:Politics]]

Latest revision as of 21:46, 30 September 2007

Anarchism means "the absence of any form of government."

Casual observers think Objectivism's ideal of Capitalism is similar to anarchism. This is not true. Objectivism rejects anarchism. Capitalism requires a government of a specific type. The Ayn Rand compilation that addresses politics is Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal. Furthermore, many anarchists consider anarchism to also be anti-capitalist in nature.

See also

Libertarianism