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  • ...he polemics between collectivists and libertarian communists, the Galician anarchist tries to integrate the different ideological currents under the proposal of ...rican Conservative]]''</ref> and editor and publisher of the individualist anarchist periodical ''[[Liberty (1881–1908)|Liberty]]''.
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  • | school_tradition = [[Anarchist communism]] | notable_ideas = {{unbulleted list |Founder of [[anarchist communism]] |[[Mutual aid (organization theory)|Mutual aid]] |Abolition of
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  • ...– May 14, 1887) was an American [[individualist anarchism|individualist anarchist]], [[Political philosophy|political philosopher]], [[Unitarianism|Unitarian ...imate. He became closely associated with [[Benjamin Tucker]]'s [[anarchism|anarchist]] journal ''[[Liberty (1881–1908)|Liberty]]'', which published all of his
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  • ...ollege]]) from 1884–1888,<ref>Wreszin, Michael (1972). ''The Superfluous Anarchist: Albert Jay Nock'', Brown University Press, p. 11.</ref> where he joined [[ ...ophical anarchist]],<ref>Wreszin, Michael (1969). "Albert Jay Nock and the Anarchist Elitist Tradition in America," ''American Quarterly'', Vol. 21, No. 2, Part
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  • [[Category:Anarchist theorists]] [[Category:Libertarian theorists]]
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