User talk:Bobdobbs1723

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Hello there Bobdobbs1723, welcome to the 'pedia! I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If you need any questions answered about the project then check out Wikipedia:Help or add a question to the Village pump. BTW, nice I like your addition of an economics section to the Nazism article. Great work! Cheers! --maveric149

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Can you explain specifically wrong with my changes? how would you EDIT the revision? Certainly we don't want to replace everywhere that it says anarchism with libertarian socialism...which is pretty much the way the old version reads-anarchism does not oppose all government-it supports self-government-the old version is WRONG

New revision! Read fast before the censors come back! Lir 22:03 Oct 2, 2002 (UTC)

I strongly object to people going through and deleting lots of stuff because they disagree with one sentence of the edited work. When someone edits something substantially-those who disagree should find a way to work their disagreement into the revised article-and thus submit a new article-that would be very nice-I have revised all of the anarchism document-it is not fundamentally different-but there are a lot of new things-some clarifications-and some re-wordings. Even someone objects with this they should not delete my revision. It is not garbage. Lir 22:37 Oct 2, 2002 (UTC)

Before I even touched the page it already had a large section devoted to anarchism vs. anarcho-capitalism. All I have done is mentioned it early on in the section so that people are aware of it. I have not stated that anarcho-capitalism is not anarchism. I have seen several pages here which go much further in identifying minority viewpoints-I have been to numerous anarchist conventions and at every single one they discuss how anarcho-capitalism is in violation of anarchism because anarchism is a communal and democratic philosophy. This was all discussed in the section before I edited it-I have left it there and simply organized things-I do not see why I have to take the heat for something which is hardly a lone or radical opinion regarding anarcho-capitalisms relation to anarchy.

If you feel anarcho-capitalism is anarchy-Explain! Bear in mind that the majority of anarchists want to live as a group of happy people who vote on stuff and try to share. Is anarcho-capitalism part of that philosophy? Lir 22:37 Oct 2, 2002 (UTC)

What has gone wrong with the page? It seems to have crashed. Lir 22:38 Oct 2, 2002 (UTC)

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