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David Mamet’s The Anarchist: The New Left’s Terrible Triumph

latebloomer Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:37 AM
Anarchism usually turns out to be either an intermediary stage or a full blown cover. An anarchist almost always is willing to step in and run things once the current power structure is removed- for the greater good, of course.
wmou Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:30 PM
Modern Anarchists are violent communist totalitarians.
Illbay Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 11:57 AM
The original precepts of Communism as outlined by Marx is that it was an intermediary state before "the state" wasted away and everyone was liberated by the new reality of a world without property.

Anarchism fits that bill quite well.

In New York Friday to appear on Sean Hannity’s program, I stayed an extra day to catch an early performance of David Mamet's new play The Anarchist, now in its second week of previews. Sitting next to Marcello, a Brazilian venture capitalist, we chatted about the election just past.

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