Anarchist communism

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Anarchist communism, also known as Anarcho-communism, is the belief that no government, private property or capitalism should exist, and that the means of production should be held in common.[1][2] Many Anarcho-communists support direct democracy and a network of voluntary associations, workers' councils and/or a gift economy in which everyone will be free to satisfy their needs. Some well-known Anarcho-communist writers are Peter Kropotkin, Ricardo Flores Magnon and Nestor Makhno.

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