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20th May '17 12:30:25 AM rjd1922
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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': Britannia seems to be a monarchist version of Fascism. Not a very flattering portrayal].

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': Britannia seems to be a monarchist version of Fascism. Not a very flattering portrayal].portrayal.



* Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian

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* Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian''
18th May '17 7:00:30 PM Fireblood
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Having developed out of the same European socialist movement that spawned Karl Marx's writing, anarchism's relationship to Marxism has always been ambivalent. While many anarchists accepted Marx's critique of capitalism and (with nuance) the Marxian school of economics, they strenuously rejected Marx's politics, in particular the tactic of taking state power as a way to bring about socialism. For anarchists like Mikhail Bakunin (Marx's rival in the First International) the state was inherently an institution of class rule, and could never be used to bring about a classless society as it would just corrupt whatever group laid their hands on it. They also tended to reject the Marxist conception of history historical materialism which claims that economic and technological factors are the fundamental driving force of human development. Anarchists saw this perspective as reductionist and ignoring important social factors that weren't directly related to economics. Also, while Marxists see the proletariat (the urban industrial working class) as the fundamental agents of revolution, anarchists also saw revolutionary potential in the rural peasantry and social outcasts (the lumpen-proletariat) which Marxists tend to dismiss as 'backward.'

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Having developed out of the same European socialist movement that spawned Karl Marx's writing, anarchism's relationship to Marxism has always been ambivalent. While many anarchists accepted Marx's critique of capitalism and (with nuance) the Marxian school of economics, they strenuously rejected Marx's politics, in particular the tactic of taking state power as a way to bring about socialism. For anarchists like Mikhail Bakunin (Marx's rival in the First International) the state was inherently an institution of class rule, and could never be used to bring about a classless society as it would just corrupt whatever group laid their hands on it. They also tended to reject the Marxist conception of history historical materialism which claims that economic and technological factors are the fundamental driving force of human development. Anarchists saw this perspective as reductionist and ignoring important social factors that weren't directly related to economics. Also, while Marxists see the proletariat (the urban industrial working class) as the fundamental agents of revolution, anarchists also saw revolutionary potential in the rural peasantry and social outcasts (the lumpen-proletariat) which Marxists tend to dismiss as 'backward.'
' In light of how Marxist played out during the 20th century, a majority feel this criticism has been {{vindicated by history}} (however, anarchists faced some of the same problems when putting their idea into practice, most notably during the Spanish Revolution).
18th May '17 6:47:09 PM Fireblood
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There's also a big split going back to the so-called 'feminist sex wars' of the 1980s over attitudes towards sex and sexuality. Some feminists see things like pornography, prostitution, BDSM, and other is, issues related to sexuality as fundamentally against women: these are known (mainly by their opponents, it should be added) as 'sex-negative' feminists. Others view the above not as exploitative in and of themselves but only in the context of women's lack of autonomy within them, and that forms of sexual expression could be [[SexIsLiberation potentially empowering and liberating]] for women if only there was equality of power between the men and women engaged in them. These are called 'sex-positive' feminists.

While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant, at least in the affluent parts of the world, with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved.Others have complaints about feminism that range from somewhat legitimate at least to certain forms of it to being based on a misunderstanding of what feminism actually is. The most frequent complaint of the latter category originating from the (false) notion that feminism is about female supremacy over men.

Others point out that the notion that because some of the goals have been achieved, one should lose sight of the goal of full equality, [[DoubleStandard is not something demanded]] off other Political Ideologies or seen as discrediting in and of itself. Susan Faludi points out that the goals of the feminist movement faced a major reactionary backlash in TheEighties, similar to the kind faced by other political movements seeking equality in the past. The central goal of the women's movement, female suffrage, is very much NewerThanTheyThink in many parts of the world. The ACLU Civil Rights lawyer, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, coined the phrase "intersectionality" to describe the ways many social goals by different rights seeker end up in a GambitPileup, seeing the divide between white women and women of colour as a major case in point.

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There's also a big split going back to the so-called 'feminist sex wars' of the 1980s over attitudes towards sex and sexuality. Some feminists see things like pornography, prostitution, BDSM, and other is, issues related to sexuality as fundamentally against women: these are known (mainly by their opponents, it should be added) as 'sex-negative' feminists. Others view the above not as exploitative in and of themselves but only in the context of women's lack of autonomy within them, and that forms of sexual expression could be [[SexIsLiberation potentially empowering and liberating]] for women if only there was equality of power between the men and women engaged in them. These are called 'sex-positive' feminists.

While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant, at least in the affluent parts of the world, with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved. Others have complaints about feminism that range from somewhat legitimate at least to certain forms of it to being based on a misunderstanding of what feminism actually is. The most frequent complaint of the latter category originating from the (false) notion that feminism is about female supremacy over men.

Others point out that the notion that because some of the goals have been achieved, one should lose sight of the goal of full equality, [[DoubleStandard is not something demanded]] off other Political Ideologies or seen as discrediting in and of itself. Susan Faludi points out that the goals of the feminist movement faced a major reactionary backlash in TheEighties, similar to the kind faced by other political movements seeking equality in the past. The central goal of the women's movement, female suffrage, is very much NewerThanTheyThink in many parts of the world. The ACLU Civil Rights lawyer, lawyer Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Crenshaw coined the phrase "intersectionality" to describe the ways many social goals by different rights seeker end up in a GambitPileup, seeing the divide between white women and women of colour color as a major case in point.
18th May '17 6:35:19 PM JulianLapostat
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There's also a big split going back to the so-called 'feminist sex wars' of the 1980s over attitudes towards sex and sexuality. Some feminists see things like pornography, prostitution, BDSM, and other issues related to sexuality as fundamentally against women: these are known (mainly by their opponents, it should be added) as 'sex-negative' feminists. Others view the above not as exploitative in and of themselves but only in the context of women's lack of autonomy within them, and that forms of sexual expression could be [[SexIsLiberation potentially empowering and liberating]] for women if only there was equality of power between the men and women engaged in them. These are called 'sex-positive' feminists.

While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant, at least in the affluent parts of the world, with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved.

Others have complaints about feminism that range from somewhat legitimate at least to certain forms of it to being based on a misunderstanding of what feminism actually is. The most frequent complaint of the latter category originating from the (false) notion that feminism is about female supremacy over men.

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There's also a big split going back to the so-called 'feminist sex wars' of the 1980s over attitudes towards sex and sexuality. Some feminists see things like pornography, prostitution, BDSM, and other is, issues related to sexuality as fundamentally against women: these are known (mainly by their opponents, it should be added) as 'sex-negative' feminists. Others view the above not as exploitative in and of themselves but only in the context of women's lack of autonomy within them, and that forms of sexual expression could be [[SexIsLiberation potentially empowering and liberating]] for women if only there was equality of power between the men and women engaged in them. These are called 'sex-positive' feminists.

While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant, at least in the affluent parts of the world, with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved.

resolved.Others have complaints about feminism that range from somewhat legitimate at least to certain forms of it to being based on a misunderstanding of what feminism actually is. The most frequent complaint of the latter category originating from the (false) notion that feminism is about female supremacy over men.
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Others point out that the notion that because some of the goals have been achieved, one should lose sight of the goal of full equality, [[DoubleStandard is not something demanded]] off other Political Ideologies or seen as discrediting in and of itself. Susan Faludi points out that the goals of the feminist movement faced a major reactionary backlash in TheEighties, similar to the kind faced by other political movements seeking equality in the past. The central goal of the women's movement, female suffrage, is very much NewerThanTheyThink in many parts of the world. The ACLU Civil Rights lawyer, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, coined the phrase "intersectionality" to describe the ways many social goals by different rights seeker end up in a GambitPileup, seeing the divide between white women and women of colour as a major case in point.
18th May '17 6:21:36 PM Fireblood
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Classic Feminism was very much a movement focused on securing the legal equality of women (who had lesser rights under the law) to men and reducing the incidence of the rape and abuse of women. This kind of feminism is still alive and kicking in the three fifths of the world that isn't the Global North and China, where Feminism taken a new form. Contemporary feminism seems to be in the process of recognizing that [[DoubleStandard men's issues, chiefly mental health]] and [[MenAreTheExpendableGender a general attitude that men are more expendable than women, have been neglected]] and is seeking to correct this. Feminism is also associated with sexual freedom and a general attitude that who one loves and has sex with are nobody else's business (especially not that of the government).

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Classic Feminism was very much a movement focused on securing the legal equality of women (who had lesser rights under the law) to men and reducing the incidence of the rape and abuse of women. This kind of feminism is still alive and kicking in the three fifths of the world that isn't the Global North and China, where Feminism taken a new form. Contemporary feminism seems to be in the process of recognizing that [[DoubleStandard men's issues, chiefly mental health]] and [[MenAreTheExpendableGender a general attitude that men are more expendable than women, have been neglected]] neglected]], and is seeking to correct this. Feminism is also associated with sexual freedom and a general attitude that who one loves and has sex with are nobody else's business (especially not that of the government).



* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all of society's ills the result of favoring men over women and desire to wishes to radically alter society in any way to stop this. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, it has suffered a growing backlash, mostly for being [[SexIsEvil 'anti-sex']], ignoring issues of racial and class discrimination, and promoting the idea of [[MarsAndVenusGenderContrast 'gender essentialism']], with some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) even misandric (anti-male).

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* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all of society's ills the result of favoring men over women and desire to wishes to radically alter society in any way to stop this. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, it has suffered a growing backlash, mostly for being [[SexIsEvil 'anti-sex']], ignoring issues of racial and class discrimination, and promoting the idea of [[MarsAndVenusGenderContrast 'gender essentialism']], with some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) (anti-{{Transgender}}), even misandric (anti-male).



* ''Lesbian feminism'': Shifts attention towards LGBT women and incorporates elements of queer theory into feminist discourse. It's also tends to be heavily inspired by postmodernist philosophy and tries to deconstruct ideas of what it means to be a woman. Judith Butler's 1990 book ''Gender Trouble'' is a pretty good summation of lesbian feminist ideas and queer theory as a whole, although the high levels of academic jargon have made it notoriously difficult to read. There's also a minority of lesbian feminists who despise queer theory and focus on "political lesbianism"; that is, separating themselves from males for political reasons. This section has more overlap with radical feminism than with queer politics.
* ''Ecofeminism'': Emphasises the woman's relationship to nature and champions the supposedly feminine values of ecology while attacking the androcentric worldview that allegedly treats the earth as something to be used and dominated in the same way patriarchal men treat women. Other environmental philosophies especially Social Ecology have criticised ecofeminism for claiming that women have an essentially deeper connection to nature than men, given that many of the 'feminine' traits of nature are merely coded as such rather than innately gendered. Plus the fact that many ecofeminists are close to New Age thinking with many even worshiping a Mother Earth Goddess.

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* ''Lesbian feminism'': Shifts attention towards LGBT women and incorporates elements of queer theory into feminist discourse. It's also tends to be heavily inspired by postmodernist philosophy and tries to deconstruct ideas of what it means to be a woman. Judith Butler's 1990 book ''Gender Trouble'' is a pretty good summation of lesbian feminist ideas and queer theory as a whole, although the high levels of academic jargon have made it notoriously difficult to read. There's also a minority of lesbian feminists who despise queer theory and focus on "political lesbianism"; that is, separating themselves from males for political reasons. This section has more overlap with radical feminism than with queer politics.
* ''Ecofeminism'': Emphasises Emphasizes the woman's relationship to nature and champions the supposedly feminine values of ecology while attacking the androcentric worldview that allegedly treats the earth as something to be used and dominated in the same way patriarchal men treat women. Other environmental philosophies especially Social Ecology have criticised criticized ecofeminism for claiming that women have an essentially deeper connection to nature than men, given that many of the 'feminine' traits of nature are merely coded as such rather than innately gendered. Plus the fact that many ecofeminists are close to New Age thinking thinking, with many even worshiping a Mother Earth Goddess.



While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant - at least in the affluent parts of the world - with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved.

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While few dispute the notion that relative equality of the sexes is a good thing, there is some debate today about whether feminism is still relevant - relevant, at least in the affluent parts of the world - world, with many anti-feminists claiming that the issues feminists seek to address in Western Europe and North America are either non-issues or had already been resolved.
18th May '17 3:25:32 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all of society's ills the result of favoring men over women and desire to wishes to radically alter society in any way to stop this. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, it has suffered a growing backlash, mostly for being [[SexIsEvil 'anti-sex']], ignoring issues of racial and class discrimination, and promoting the idea of [[MenAreFromMarsWomenAreFromVenus 'gender essentialism']], with some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) even misandric (anti-male).

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* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all of society's ills the result of favoring men over women and desire to wishes to radically alter society in any way to stop this. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, it has suffered a growing backlash, mostly for being [[SexIsEvil 'anti-sex']], ignoring issues of racial and class discrimination, and promoting the idea of [[MenAreFromMarsWomenAreFromVenus [[MarsAndVenusGenderContrast 'gender essentialism']], with some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) even misandric (anti-male).
18th May '17 3:20:18 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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* Classical: Government allows people to be free or unfree as their hereditary wealth makes them. Ancestral Elites are freer than others, and poverty means The People have little or no freedom.

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* Classical: Government allows people to be free or unfree as their hereditary wealth makes them. Ancestral Elites are freer than others, others and poverty means The People have little or no freedom.



* Neoliberal(/"Libertarian"): Government allows people to be as free or unfree as their hereditary wealth makes them. 'The Free Market' then perfectly allocates wealth in proportion to each individual's objective skills and hard work. Objectively Worthy people (Elites) have great freedom, and Unworthy (i.e. most) people have little or none.

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* Neoliberal(/"Libertarian"): Government allows people to be as free or unfree as their hereditary wealth skills, talents, and hard work makes them. 'The Free Market' then perfectly allocates wealth in proportion to each individual's objective skills and hard work. Objectively Worthy people (Elites) have great Everyone has freedom, and Unworthy (i.e. most) but objectively worthy people have little or none.more freedom than the people who are less worthy.



* Democracy: Important-yes for ''Social'', Important-No for ''Classical'' and ''Neoliberal''
* Meritocracy: Important-Yes for ''Social'' and ''Classical'', Unimportant for ''Neoliberal''

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* Democracy: Important-yes for ''Social'', Important-No for ''Classical'' ''Classical'', and Unimportant for ''Neoliberal''
* Meritocracy: Important-Yes for ''Social'' and ''Classical'', ''Neoliberal'', Unimportant for ''Neoliberal''
''Classical''



Modern Conservatism traces itself to the politician Edmund Burke, who authored the pamphlet ''Reflections on the Revolution in France'' in response to UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution. Burke's pamphlet was shocking in its time because he had been a Whig, a supporter of the American Revolution, Irish reforms, and had criticized the governance of the East India Company. Many had taken his support for the French Revolution and an endorsement of the same as a model for reforms in England, as a given. [[ShockingSwerve Burke strongly corrected that view with his fiercely partisan denunciation of the Revolution]], his condemnation for its rationalist foundations and its program of transforming a feudal and Catholic nation into a republican and secular nation. It's important to emphasize given the influence of this pamphlet not only in politics but among historians and other groups, that Burke was severely misinformed about the events in France. The conservative historian Alfred Cobban noted that Burke had done serious research on conditions in America, Ireland and India, but [[CriticalResearchFailure based his views on France on interviews with emigre priests and nobility and a half-remembered visit]]. Cobban insists that, "As literature, as political theory, as anything but history, his Reflections is magnificent". So we are concerned here solely with Burke's argument and philosophical theory rather than his judgment on the events.

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Modern Conservatism traces itself to the politician and philosopher Edmund Burke, who authored the pamphlet ''Reflections on the Revolution in France'' in response to UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution. Burke's pamphlet was shocking in its time because he was Classical Liberal, who in the past had been a Whig, a supporter of the American Revolution, Irish reforms, and had criticized the governance of the East India Company. Many had taken his support for the French Revolution and an endorsement of the same as a model for similar reforms in England, as a given. [[ShockingSwerve Burke strongly corrected that view with his fiercely partisan denunciation of the Revolution]], his condemnation for its rationalist foundations and its program of transforming a feudal and Catholic nation into a republican and secular nation. It's important to emphasize given the influence of this pamphlet not only in politics but among historians and other groups, that Burke was severely misinformed about the events in France. The conservative historian Alfred Cobban noted that Burke had done serious research on conditions in America, Ireland and India, but [[CriticalResearchFailure based his views on France on interviews with emigre priests and nobility and a half-remembered visit]]. Cobban insists that, "As literature, as political theory, as anything but history, his Reflections is magnificent". So we are concerned here solely with Burke's argument and philosophical theory rather than his judgment on the events.



* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all the problems women face as resulting from social power favoring men over women (i.e. patriarchy) and sees all other struggles as subordinate to it. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, [[SexIsEvil it has gotten a lot of flak in recent years for being 'anti-sex']], seemingly ignoring issues of racial, gender, and sexual stereotypes, and some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) even misandric (anti-male).

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* ''Radical feminism'': Probably the most militant form of feminism and the source of many of the [[StrawFeminist negative stereotypes]] mostly from conflating it with feminism as a whole. It sees all of society's ills the problems women face as resulting from social power result of favoring men over women (i.e. patriarchy) and sees all other struggles as subordinate desire to it.wishes to radically alter society in any way to stop this. Most radical feminists oppose pornography, which they see as inherently oppressive towards women, and other forms of sex work such as prostitution, with most radical feminists today supporting the 'Scandinavian model' of criminalizing the buyer of sex but not the seller. While once very popular, it has suffered a growing backlash, mostly for being [[SexIsEvil it has gotten a lot of flak in recent years for being 'anti-sex']], seemingly ignoring issues of racial, gender, racial and sexual stereotypes, class discrimination, and promoting the idea of [[MenAreFromMarsWomenAreFromVenus 'gender essentialism']], with some radical feminists having expressed opinions regarded as transphobic (anti-{{Transgender}}) even misandric (anti-male).
16th May '17 4:14:24 AM MAI742
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* Social(-Democratic): Government sets people free by preventing wealth and ill-fortune from being barriers to acquiring wealth. Elites and The People are both relatively free.
* Neoliberal(/"Libertarian"): Government allows people to be as free or unfree as their hereditary wealth makes them. 'The Free Market' then perfectly allocates wealth in proportion to each individual's objective skills and hard work. Objectively Valuable people are freer than others, and Worthless people have little or no freedom.

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* Social(-Democratic): Government sets people free by preventing wealth poverty and ill-fortune from being barriers to acquiring wealth. Elites and The People are both relatively free.
* Neoliberal(/"Libertarian"): Government allows people to be as free or unfree as their hereditary wealth makes them. 'The Free Market' then perfectly allocates wealth in proportion to each individual's objective skills and hard work. Objectively Valuable Worthy people are freer than others, (Elites) have great freedom, and Worthless Unworthy (i.e. most) people have little or no freedom.
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* Democracy: Important-yes for ''Social'', Important-No for ''Classical'' and Neoliberal''

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* Democracy: Important-yes for ''Social'', Important-No for ''Classical'' and Neoliberal''''Neoliberal''



* Anarcho-Capitalist - Neoclassical

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* Anarcho-Capitalist - NeoclassicalAustrian
15th May '17 10:06:21 PM PaulA
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* ''America'', ''Howl'', and other works by Creator/AllenGinsberg

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* ''America'', ''Howl'', ''{{Literature/Howl}}'', and other works by Creator/AllenGinsberg
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Democracy Meritocracy (Important and Yes/No, or Unimportant)

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