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