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where do you think it is the most prevalent?
do you often notice it?
and do you know of any literature on it?
Raindog wrote:hard to say, as it is one of the primary foundations of hierarchy and as such is most everywhere.Killer wrote:where do you think it is the most prevalent?
Poop wrote:And of course we shouldn't forget about ageism against older people.
|Y| wrote:I'm 28 and I can't buy alcohol without being ID'd.
anarchist teenagers - who cares if you're intelligent, it's always just a PHASE.
And of course we shouldn't forget about ageism against older people.
harryr wrote:anarchist teenagers - who cares if you're intelligent, it's always just a PHASE.
I think our best prospects lie in creating anarchist communities for anarchists, that provide the goods and services we need without concern for the workers, oppressed minorities, who are mostly statists looking to the state for advantages. Instead our communities should be open to anyone regardless of their beliefs who is prepared to live in freedom and tolerate and accept the diversity and freedom of others.
skullcap wrote:it's funny that around the time of the Haymarket affair anarchists were anarchists with their families, they didn't drop out because they had children. i wonder what that is about?
Insecuritykiller wrote:The way i look at it when ageism becomes an issue then the entire thing becomes a joke.
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