In the 19th and early 20th century, anarchism was
in many ways making strides into mainstream culture and thought. It was
not through theory that this occurred, but rather through immediate
expressions of one's autonomy. This revolutionary method was known as direct action.
Direct action emphasizes the right or duty of each individual to insist
on the existence of their freedom through their actions, to openly
sabotage the systems of oppression around them, to shine a light on
tyranny and destroy it for all to see....
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