The future of anarchism must be appraised within a global context; any attempts to localize it is bound to yield a distorted outcome. The obstacles to anarchism are, in the main, global; only their specifics are determined by local circumstances. -- Sam Mbah
The purpose of Adams' paper is to help anarchist/anti-authoritarian movements active today to reconceptualize the history and theory of first-wave anarchism on the global level, and to reconsider its relevance to the continuing anarchist project. In order to truly understand the full complexity and interconnectedness of anarchism as a worldwide movement, a specific focus on the uniqueness and agency of movements amongst the "people without history" is a deeply needed change.
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