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My brand of libertarianism abolishes the state altogether, and abandons or vastly reduces private property rights. It values egalitarianismempowering the powerless and order. It replaces government with free associations.   Co-ops and communes would be key units in this ideal way to organize society I imagine. (Note: Left anarchism comes in different forms. One is collectivist anarchism where means of production are collectively owned and managed by producers themselves with labor-based compensation; another emphasizes need-based distribution.) 

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the theme is paired with: #50A Libertarian   to make Choice #39    in the Choices We Make cards 

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 Project Worldview authored discussion, Worldview Watch related issues, songs, etc.  

Discussion from The Worldview Literacy Book Songs
Worldview Watch #15: Guns, the Tea Party and the U.S. Constitution

Wikipedia articles related to this theme:

Anarchism Social Anarchism Anarchist Communism
  stateless society left-right political spectrum Collectivist Anarchism
Egalitarianism  co-operative economics Past and Present Anarchist Communities 
communitarianism Left Libertarianism List of Anarchist Organizations
issues in anarchism individualist anarchism labor theory of value
Communism Anarchist Economics Mutualism 

 worldview internal inconsistency related: Strongly valuing this theme and any of the themes in the list below is a contradiction:

#4 Spreading Disinformation / Tactical Deception #19A  Competitive Capitalism #19B Corporate Capitalism #20A   Elitism 
#20B Authoritarian Follower #21A  Idealistic Populism  #21B Service to Others  #22A Economic Growth  
#22B Imperialism   #23A  Sustainability 23B Enoughness   #26B  More is Better Mentality / Abundance
#28A   Hedonistic Orientation   #29B Taking Charge==> Violence #34 Valuing Traditions and Status Quo  #36A Cynicism
#43   Seeking Wealth & Power   #45A Borrowing Mentality    #46B Military Backers #49A  Social Welfare Statism
#49B Idealistic Socialism   #51A Ethical Globalization #51B Big Business Pushes Global Limits #104A  Human-Centered
#203A Hierarchical Rigidity        

More to Explore -- Worldview Theme #50B: Left Anarchist

Arcosanti FORM Is More Than Just a Beautiful Place to Party  by Jael Goldfine  June 10 2019 (story of place that “can make anarchists and architects alike wax poetic”)

"The Bikes that Broke Free" (anarchist activists inspire co-operative venture, from The Economist Dec 19 2017)

Antifa --The Anti-fascist Handbook by Mark Bray (review by Carlos Lozada of this 2017 book in The Washington Post Sept 1 2017)

Wrenched, 2013 film (anarchist inspired film suggests the moderate position is obeying the environmental laws –one can argue that both law breaking polluters and “ecoterorists” are the extremists)
Conversations with History: Activism, Anarchism, and Power, with Noam Chomsky (2002 UCTV program) (Berkeley, CA based site has provided web space for anarchist ideas since 1996)
"InfoLiberalism, or How the Internet Can Replace the Traditional Political Order" by Sylvain Poirier 
Anarchist Theory FAQ, by Bryan Caplan 
Anarchist International Information Service  (links from Anarchism International website)
Anarchism in Norway: Past & Present
Workers Solidarity Movement (Irish anarchist organization)
History of Anarchist Movements (from Social Movements & Culture site at Washington State University)
International Socialist Organization (anarchist site, critical of "authoritarian socialism")
quotations from anarchists

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows.