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Les libertés ne se donnent pas, elles se prennent!

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Les libertés ne se donnent pas, elles se prennent! - Activist




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Women's Longer Length Fitted Tank


This slim-fitting long-length tank has a flattering neckline and cut make this tank top a unique addition to your wardrobe. The fabric is made from pre-shrunk 57% cotton 38% polyester and 5% spandex and has a fabric weight of 4.0 oz. Style: Men / Unisex
Fit: Slimmer fit
Product Type ID: 469
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Fit: Slimmer fit


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Who is Peter Kropotkin?



Peter Kropotkin (Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin) was a Russian anarchist philosopher and writer who advocated anarcho-communism. Kropotkin was a proponent of a decentralised communist society free from central government and based on voluntary associations of self-governing communities and worker-run enterprises. He wrote many books, pamphlets and articles, the most prominent being The Conquest of Bread and Fields, Factories and Workshops, but also Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, his principal scientific offering.


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Direct action originated as a political activist term for economic and political acts in which the actors use their power to directly reach certain goals of interest by, for example, revealing an existing problem, using physical force, highlighting an alternative, or demonstrating a possible solution. Both direct action and actions appealing to others can include nonviolent and violent activities which target persons, groups, or property deemed offensive to the action participants. Nonviolent direct action may include sit-ins, strikes, street blockades, sabotage, and counter-economics. Nonviolent direct action has historically been an assertive regular feature of the tactics employed…   Read more




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