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Anarchism, Socialism & Libertarianism: Alternatives for Peace

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On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin highlights the disproportionate nature of the American political and media establishment, and moderates a debate between three people who represent the voices of the US' growing political alternatives; Anarchism, Socialism & Libertarianism. Abby talks to Scott Crow, author of 'Black Flags and Windmills' and founder of the Anarchist Common Ground Collective ...

Anarchism, Socialism & Libertarianism: Alternatives for Peace

Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Anarchism, Socialism, & Libertarianism, in the first ever Breaking the Set Alternative Voices Debate.

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EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin highlights the disproportionate nature of the American political and media establishment, and moderates a debate between three people who represent the voices of the US' growing political alternatives; Anarchism, Socialism & Libertarianism. Abby talks to Scott Crow, author of 'Black Flags and Windmills' and founder of the Anarchist Common Ground Collective, Eugene Puryear, former vice-presidential candidate for the party for socialism and liberation, and Austin Peterson, Production Director at Freedomworks and editor of LibertarianRepublic.com, about domestic and foreign policy through the lens of each separate ideology.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8YsTkJNA3s

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