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D.4 What is the relationship between capitalism and the ecological crisis?

D.4 What is the relationship between capitalism and the ecological crisis?

D.3 How does wealth influence the mass media?

D.3 How does wealth influence the mass media?

D.2 What influence does wealth have over politics?

D.2 What influence does wealth have over politics?

The short answer is: a great deal of influence, directly and indirectly. We have already touched on this in section B.2.3. Here we will expand on those remarks.

D.1 Why does state intervention occur?

D.1 Why does state intervention occur?

D.0 Section D Introduction

Section D - How do statism and capitalism affect society?

This section of the FAQ indicates how both statism and capitalism affect the society they exist in. It is a continuation of sections B (Why do anarchists oppose the current system?) and C (What are the myths of capitalist economics?) and it discusses the impact of the underlying social and power relationships within the current system on society.

H.6 Why did the Russian Revolution fail?

H.6 Why did the Russian Revolution fail?

H.5 What is vanguardism and why do anarchists reject it?

H.5 What is vanguardism and why do anarchists reject it?

Many socialists follow the ideas of Lenin and, in particular, his ideas on vanguard parties. These ideas were expounded by Lenin in his (in)famous work What is to be Done? which is considered as one of the important books in the development of Bolshevism.

H.4 Didn't Engels refute anarchism in "On Authority"?

H.4 Didn't Engels refute anarchism in "On Authority"?

H.3 What are the myths of state socialism?

H.3 What are the myths of state socialism?

  


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