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This is the grave of Saul Yanofsky. Born in Russia in 1864, Yanofsky (sometimes spelled Yanovsky) is primarily known today for being the editor of Yiddish-language anarchist newspapers in New York. His father was a cantor and his grandfather a rabbi. He attended school in Bialystok, which was the center of the Jewish labor movement. […]

Rare Notable Exceptions

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On September 25, 2013
My opposition to anarchism is well known. But there are rare notable exceptions. The U2 frontman, who has long campaigned on political issues and global problems, was in Heiligendamm in 2007 for the 33rd G8 summit meeting of world leaders when he was cornered by a number of protesters opposed to his presence at the […]

Anarchism: Illegal in Oklahoma

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On March 11, 2013
Discovered by @megmantis, this Oklahoma law, enacted in 1919 and amended as late as 1999: Any person in this state, who shall carry or cause to be carried, or publicly display any red flag or other emblem or banner, indicating disloyalty to the Government of the United States or a belief in anarchy or other […]
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