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1 Chicago officials finally rounded up eight anarchists and charged them with murder, on the grounds that their statements had incited whoever had hurled the bomb.
2 There were a few leading the charge, but plenty of us ordinary students were joining in as well and we're not all anarchists," he says.
3 Anarchism" now became a code word in the public mind for terrorism and violence, even though most anarchists were relatively peaceful visionaries dreaming of a new social order.
4 a possibility that has led some libertarians who are not anarchists, most notably Ayn Rand, to reject the possibility of competing free-market protection agencies.
5 Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said the attacks could be linked to anarchists or left-wing militants and were similar to a wave of parcel bombs sent to embassies in Athens last month.
6 China's early anarchists that had combined international anarchists'thoughts with the analogue in Chenese traditional culture to form their own characteristics.
7 Anarchists have taken part in several revolutions, most notably in the Spanish Civil War, whose end marked the end of the classical era of anarchism.
8 Various factions within the French Revolution labelled their opponents as anarchists, although few such accused shared many views with later anarchists.
9 Additionally, some anarchists use libertarian socialist to avoid anarchism's negative connotations and emphasise its connections with socialism.
10 While opposition to the state is central to anarchist thought, defining anarchism is not an easy task as there is a lot of discussion among scholars and anarchists on the matter and various currents perceive anarchism slightly differently.
11 [...] In a sense, anarchists always remain liberals and socialists, and whenever they reject what is good in either they betray anarchism itself.
12 After being expelled, anarchists formed the St. Imier International.
13 During this time, a minority of anarchists adopted tactics of revolutionary political violence.
14 Even though many anarchists distanced themselves from these terrorist acts, infamy came upon the movement.
15 Illegalism was another strategy which some anarchists adopted during this period.
16 Despite concerns, anarchists enthusiastically participated in the Russian Revolution in opposition to the White movement.
17 Several anarchists from Petrograd and Moscow fled to Ukraine, notably leading to the Kronstadt rebellion and Nestor Makhno's struggle in the Free Territory.
18 With the anarchists being crushed in Russia, two new antithetical currents emerged, namely platformism and synthesis anarchism.
19 In the Spanish Civil War of 1936, anarchists and syndicalists (CNT and FAI) once again allied themselves with various currents of leftists.
20 A long tradition of Spanish anarchism led to anarchists playing a pivotal role in the war.
21 The Soviet Union provided some limited assistance at the beginning of the war, but the result was a bitter fight among communists and anarchists at a series of events named May Days as Joseph Stalin tried to seize control of the Republicans.
22 Anarchists became known for their involvement in protests against the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Group of Eight and the World Economic Forum.
23 One reaction against sectarianism within the anarchist milieu was anarchism without adjectives, a call for toleration and unity among anarchists first adopted by Fernando Tarrida del Mármol in 1889 in response to the bitter debates of anarchist theory at the time.
24 Collectivist anarchists advocate collective ownership of the means of production which is theorised to be achieved through violent revolution and that workers be paid according to time worked, rather than goods being distributed according to need as in communism.
25 Anarchists are generally committed against coercive authority in all forms, namely "all centralized and hierarchical forms of government (e.g., monarchy, representative democracy, state socialism, etc.), economic class systems (e.g., capitalism, Bolshevism, feudalism, slavery, etc.), autocratic religions (e.g., fundamentalist Islam, Roman Catholicism, etc.), patriarchy, heterosexism, white supremacy, and imperialism".
26 Anarchists' tactics take various forms, but in general they serve two major goals, namely to first oppose the Establishment and secondly to promote anarchist ethics and reflect an anarchist vision of society, illustrating the unity of means and ends.
27 Anarchists during the early 20th century focused more on strikes and militancy while contemporary anarchists use a broader array of approaches.
28 During the classical era, anarchists had a militant tendency.
29 Anarchists also took part in revolutions.
30 This attitude was quite prominent a century ago when seeing the state as a tyrant and some anarchists believing that they had every right to oppose its oppression by any means possible.