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Political Graffiti (40): Banksy and Anarchism

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Banksy

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There’s a strange dualism inherent in the concept of state/government. Many of the most brutal rights violations are caused by governments, but rights also need governments. More here and here on the role of government and the efforts to minimize its scope. See also the previous post in this series.

The phrase is a quote from Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, a 19th century anarchist.

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