|Abstract||As with many titles, this one is misleading. I do not mean that a gang of individuals might not call themselves a State; they often do. Furthermore, the impossibility of the State entails neither the impossibility nor the undesirability of governance in some sense. In an anarchist community, people govern themselves, though there is no state, that is to say, no formal governing class with the associated tomfoolery of elections, parliaments, constitutions and so forth, or the worse folly of their absence.|
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