Anarchism Web Archive

New York University Libraries / Tamiment Library (Labor & the Left)

Description

Contains periodically archived websites of entities that identify with / are inspired by anarchist ideas, with a concentration on contemporary anarchism, in particular New York based anarchism. Anarchism (sometimes called Libertarianism) for the purposes of this archive, is understood as the ideal of a society composed of freely associating individuals, lacking a traditional state apparatus or other structures of domination that can compel obedience, and which share the Marxian advocacy of ending private ownership of the means of production. Syndicalism, which advocates that governing power be invested in an association of labor unions, is a related doctrine. For technical, privacy and other reasons, archived websites may not be exact copies of the original website at the time of the web crawl.


Further Information

Archived copies of web sites are made available six months after the date of capture. This delay is in observance of the Section 108 Study Group Recommendations for Web Archiving.

This archive was created with the Web Archiving Service from the California Digital Library. This service employs open source web archiving utilities developed by Internet Archive with the support of the The International Internet Preservation Consortium. The Web Archiving Service was made possible with support from the National Digital Information and Infrastructure Preservation Program and the University of California.

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