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An appeal for expressive solidarity. .
On stolen rights .
The importance of foundational criticism in the defiance of statism.
A defence of the anti-statist ideal .
A continuation of the defence of the anti-statist ideal .
A redirection of mumia debate toward a generalized discussion on capital punishment .
An example of ineffective, but entertaining, responsiveness
An explanation of the rhetoric on the preceding page.
A deconstruction of anti-abolitionist rhetoric.
A deconstruction of embedded rhetoric.
An appeal to issues of cogency in the capital punishment debate.
A prelinary outline of the burden of proof in death penalty deabtes.
An extension on the burden of proof debate.
An extension of the accountability of corporate-statist mechanisms in the propogation of violent crime.
Deconstruction on the subject of contradictions in the movement.
Precisely what the agitator asked for (context: provious submission)
An brief explanation that democracy is the underlying goal of the movement.
A deconstruction of some institutional rhetoric on differential wealth.
A response to a friendly submission outlining some shortcomings of statist structures.
On issues relevant in round-tables concerned with the topics of the movement.
On the inaccessibility of objective truth.
a defence of the importance of discursive argumentation to the success of the movement: a deconstruction of anti-discursive rhetoric.
A rough defence of the assertion that "expressions" are a form of "action".
Two counter-examples to the assertion that ideas expressed in language will not transcend individual death.