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Gordon discuses anarchism as a 'political culture' or social praxis, ironically simply allowing Gordon to be an anarchist in refusing to reduce ideas to other social, economic or political forces and to see anarchism as a lived plethora or 'network' of ideas and practices in social and historical context. If there is one sticky issue I've always worried about, it is how to support or effect macro-social change as anarchists, and nationalism and self-determination within a statist structure of social relations, the focus of Chapter 6, are a case in point.
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