What is government and why is it necessary?
What purposes should government serve?
You may feel you want to know more about how the world is organized politically. Where do you begin? Exploring World Governments identifies and explains different systems of government and their social, political, economic, religious, and cultural effects within each structure's confines. This series examines each government's impact on neighboring nations and the global community. Along the way, you'll learn how leaders gain and keep control and how they are replaced. You'll also discover some of the key figures involved with each form of government and how they influenced history. This series takes complex government concepts and delivers them in easy-to-read text. It's the perfect way to start Exploring World Governments.
Table of Contents
Introduction: What Is Government? 6
Chapter 1 What Is Anarchism? 8
Chapter 2 Early History of Anarchism 18
Chapter 3 The Heyday Part One: Anarchism and Violence 30
Chapter 4 The Heyday Part Two: Anarchism and Society 40
Chapter 5 Poetry, Protest, and Punks 52
Chapter 6 Anarchism and Revolution 62
Chapter 7 Anarchist Economics 74
Chapter 8 Anarchism and Art 84
Chapter 9 Forms of Anarchism 94
Chapter 10 Case Studies 106
Chapter 11 An Anarchist Legacy 118
Chapter 12 Reality or Utopia? 132
Quick Facts 144
Additional Resources 150
Source Notes 152