The State

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by Harold Barclay From the blurb: The state is neither an inevitable, nor natural phenomenon, but the creation…

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by Harold Barclay

From the blurb:
The state is neither an inevitable, nor natural phenomenon, but the creation of despots. Its history is that of power, wealth and tyranny. The immortality of the state is a great myth of our society. Do we really need the state or should we organise society ourselves? Harold Barclay explains how a powerful elite has hijacked control of society.Through control of agriculture, warfare, trade, labour and other resources the state has seized complete power. Do we really need the state or should we organise society ourselves?

Freedom Press
2003
ISBN: 1-904491-00-6
109 pages
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