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1 During this time, anarchism took root in other movements critical towards both capitalism and the state such as the anti-nuclear, environmental and peace movements, the counterculture of the 1960s and the New Left.
2 According to historian Michael A. Riff, a common feature of these movements was opposition not only to secularism, but also to both capitalism and socialism.
3 Many anarcho-communists began to see a need for revolutionary violence to counteract the violence inherent in both capitalism and government.
4 In rejecting both capitalism and the state, some libertarian Marxists align themselves with anarchists in opposition to both capitalist representative democracy and to authoritarian forms of Marxism.
5 In 2016, the Green Party passed a motion in favor of rejecting both capitalism and state socialism, and instead supporting "alternative economic system based on ecology and decentralization of power".
6 Revolution, described as a "truly national revolution, essentially pragmatic", meant "the repudiation of both capitalism and communism".
7 Additionally, Lewis strove for the stability and well-being of Welsh-speaking communities, decried both capitalism and socialism and promoted what he called perchentyaeth: a policy of "distributing property among the masses".
8 Hubert Lagardelle wrote that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon laid out fundamental ideas of anarcho-syndicalism and repudiated both capitalism and the state in the process since he viewed free economic groups and struggle, not pacifism, as dominant in humans.
9 Leo had argued that both capitalism and communism are flawed.
10 Whereas liberalism insisted that free markets and constitutional governments enabled individual freedom, Bakunin insisted that both capitalism and the state in any form were incompatible with the individual freedom of the working class and peasantry, stating that "it is the peculiarity of privilege and of every privileged position to kill the intellect and heart of man.
11 Revolution was described as a "truly national revolution, essentially pragmatic", which called for "the repudiation of both capitalism and communism".
12 Trotskyists regard themselves as working in opposition to both capitalism and Stalinism.
13 second, he praised the Chinese Cultural Revolution as an alternative to both capitalism and Stalinism;
14 Many anarcho-communists began to see a need for revolutionary violence to counteract the violence inherent in both capitalism and government.
15 This work criticised popular Marxist thought and gave a pessimistic account of the limits of both capitalism and socialism.
16 Peronism can be described as a third position ideology as it rejects both capitalism and communism.
17 A social democratic variant of the Third Way which approaches the centre from a social democratic perspective has been advocated by its proponents as an alternative to both capitalism and what it regards as the traditional forms of socialism, including Marxian and state socialism, that Third Way social democrats reject.
18 In that essay, Collins attacked both capitalism and communism and heralded the "New Monarch," who would champion the common good over and against the machinations of capitalists and communists.
19 Today Collins is remembered primarily as a fascist editor and publisher who detested both capitalism and communism and counted many pre-War writers as his friends or colleagues.
20 Like the NAR, the NF Strasserites emphasised the far-right ideology of the Third Position, which they presented as being opposed to both capitalism and Marxist-oriented socialism.
21 The Great Depression of the 1930s together with France's defeat in 1940 at the hands of Germany had caused many people in France to lose faith in both capitalism and liberal democracy.
22 In The Servile State, written after his party-political career had come to an end, and other works, he criticised the modern economic order and parliamentary system, advocating distributism in opposition to both capitalism and socialism.
23 The SRP also advocated Europe, led by a reunited German Reich, as a "third force" against both capitalism and communism.
24 The IPB was opposed to both capitalism and communism.
25 He was critical of both capitalism and communism, and critical of Karl Marx's view of dialectical materialism as the only truth.
26 Even so, Aflaq was critical of both capitalism and communism, and did not want either of the two power blocs to collapse during the Cold War – believing that the Cold War was a sort of check and balance on their power.
27 Trott expressed these ideas in his memorandum Germany Between East and West, which is lost, but according to those who read it called for Germany to seek a "middle way" between the "eastern principle of political realism" and the "western principle of individuality", which in practice would mean a social-economic system that would be a mixture of both capitalism and communism.