(anarcho-communism; communist-anarchism; libertarian-communism) holds that property (land, natural resources, and means of production) should be held in the mutual control of local communities and allowing for federation with other communities for many mutual joint purposes. Differing from state socialism, it opposes any institution of central authority. Abolition of capitalism, wages, the state and private property is an objective. Individualism and personal property is resected. L. Susan Brown (b. 1959) in "Beyond Feminism: Anarchism and Human Freedom", 1995 (p. 208) said 'as anarchism is a political philosophy that opposes all relationships of power, it is inherently feminist.' REal examples of historical anarchist societies:  Free Territory of the Ukraine (1919 - 1921) and the anarchist territories during the Spanish Revolution (1936–39).

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