The following is a list of resources for learning more about Anarchism.

Websites – Potentially the most frequented website among anarchists and small government libertarians. has some of the greatest articles on the subject – Jeff Berwick’s site where he interviews modern anarchists on how they became anarchists and some of their thoughts on the movement. – While not explicitly anarchist, the institute has massive resources (books, podcasts, videos etc.) on anarchy. A lot of the people involved the management of the institute are anarchists themselves. – The website for The Center for A Stateless Society, run by the Molinari Institute (of which Roderick Long is the president). The site and society support the view of market anarchism, with a left-libertarian bent. Gary Chartier is a regular contributor to the site. Also this site supports similar views to this one.


Lets Abolish Government – Lysander Spooner – pdf – One of the most powerful essays ever written on why the state is not justified or ethical. Collected by Murray Rothbard. I especially like No Treason.

The Ethics of Liberty – Murray Rothbard – pdf – The book that convinced me of anarchism. It has some extremely powerful arguments against statism (don’t expect your statist beliefs to survive this read)

Everyday Anarchy and Practical Anarchy – Stefan Molyneux – Two great books from philosopher Stefan Molyneux on Anarchism particularly why it is a gentle and moral philosophy, and how an anarchist society might function.

An Agorist Primer – Samuel Edward Konkin III – pdf – Book introducing the agorist methodology and perspective on anarchism. Essentially, a method for systematically avoiding and undermining the state is presented in the context of a leftward evolution of Rothbardian anarcho-capitalism.

Markets Not Capitalism – Gary Chartier and Charles Johnson (editors) – pdf – A collection of essays from primarily market anarchists criticizing capitalism in the sense of government business cooperation or rule by capitalists as opposed to one in support of freed-markets.

Our Enemy the State – Albert Jay Nock – pdfaudio – A powerful book arguing against statist thinking. Among the more influential of texts in libertarian circles, it is quite approachable to newcomers to the movement.


The Libertarian Tradition – A great podcast put together by libertarian anarchist Jeff Riggenbach on the history of the individualist anarchist tradition and movement. He presents both a factual historical detailing of central figures to the movement, and provides his own analysis on their contributions.

Anarchy in Your Head – Anarchist comics from a Free State Project early mover. This hilarious but insightful look into the anarchist philosophy is bound to entice some into looking into the ideas we promote.

Blogroll – Great blog run by free-stater Seth King. Seth attempts to run his life and buisness avoiding the state as much as possible ie. in an agorist fashion. The blog supports fairly similar views to this one. – Blog of anarchist libertarian philosopher and Professor at Auburn University Roderick T. Long. Roderick Long is also the founder of the Molinari Institute and Molinari Society which promote libertarian anarchist views. Prof. Long is also associated more with the tradition of left-libertarians like SEK III and Karl Hess. – Economic historian and Mises Institute regular Tom Woods blog. His current focus is on bringing people into the movement in a non-intimidating way. Dr. Woods is also an organizer and supporter of Ron Paul’s Super PAC (REVPac).


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