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Voluntaryist Writing Contest

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Voluntaryist Writing Contest

How does autarchy compare to voluntaryism? You may be aware of Robert
LeFevre's preference for the word "autarchy" over "anarchy" or Carl
Watner's preference for the word "voluntaryism" over "anarchy." The fact
is, huge efforts have been made to bend and warp words over time to
favor the status quo. Our attention to these changes and the effect they
have on society are fruitful areas for thoughtful analysis. We invite
you to engage your keyboard for notoriety, self-expression, and
outreach.

* Subject: Compare and contrast autarchy and voluntaryism.
* Length: 500 - 750 words.
* Qualifications: This contest is open to all, so please share it as
much as you wish.
* Deadline: September 30, 2021
* First Place Prize: $150 paid in cryptocurrency or Federal Reserve
Notes
* Runners Up Prize: $20 paid as above if we like your essay enough to
publish it with the winning essay.

Pete Eyre, Shepard the Voluntaryist, and Webmaster Dave will be the
judges  The prizes will be awarded in whichever one of the following
currencies each winner chooses: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin,
Ethereum, Dash, EOS, Monero, and FRNs, using the price at noon Pacific
Time on the Kraken exchange on October 1, 2021 for the cryptocurrencies.
Winners who prefer Federal Reserve Notes will need to provide us with
the email address for a Paypal account into which they can accept their
prize. We reserve up to one week after the deadline to make our final
determination of a winner as well as the essays earning their authors
$20.

By submitting an entry to this contest, you agree to it being published
on voluntaryist.com with attribution to you as the author.

Please submit your essay to editor@voluntaryist.com using the
subject line: Autarchy or Voluntaryism?


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