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Jessica

I admit I've never really understood what is meant by the political term "anarchy." It seems ridiculous that anyone would advocate for a state of free-for-all. But I can understand how "a couple of wops" coming from Fascist Italy to xenophobic America would think "anything would be better than this." Being an anarchist in that time period seems more about being against an oppressive order than being for a state of chaos.

That said, I think it's a pretty dumb excuse for killing people too. And a pretty pointless and ineffective way of trying to change the system. But the impulse, like slapstick, is understandable (kind of) as an expression of frustration, a kind of cathartic rebellion against the screwed-up state of things.

Slapstick being a much less violent option.

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I believe anarchy can never be positive. It is something that is intended to break things. First it will break you free then it will break you. I prefer obeying laws to struggling them

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