Building a Movement With Less Hiding Space for Foulness on Feed 44

C4SS Feed 44 presents William Gillis‘s “Building a Movement With Less Hiding Space for Foulness” read by Thomas J. Webb and edited by Nick Ford.

Socialist movements are famous for cloaking foulness under organizational bureaucracy and losing real horrors in opportunistic firing circles. But many libertarians seem content to worship a noxious kind of callousness in which nothing can be admitted matters until a breaking point is reached. Today there is — ironically — no better portrait of a seized up and unnatural, undynamic system, incapable of organic adaptation, capable of responses only in desperate fits, than portions of the libertarian movement.

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