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Flat White

The anarchist bookstore and the Lodge: a parable

16 August 2016

7:25 AM

16 August 2016

7:25 AM

Walking past the Newtown Anarchist’s Club/Bookstore, I noticed their shopfront window was smashed.

“Fitting”, I thought, before walking on.

But as I walked, I realised that an Anarchist’s Club poses all sorts of questions.  For the true anarchist, surely joining an organisation that is, well, organised, poses some sort of existential crisis?

Let’s Go Clubbing

First, for anything to be achieved, someone must be in charge, nominated as Club President, as it were.

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