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Do anarchists prefer federation or confederation when organizing?

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Quite obviously many anarchists prefer neither—nor any means of organization in some cases, formal or informal—and by no means am I trying to imply these are the only means by which to organize. I'm just looking for what they both mean and entail to @s, pros/cons and thoughts on both, etc.
asked Dec 18, 2012 by anonymous
Between the two, I would say confederation because it allows the most room for flexibility within' a local community.  But, even confederation implies a state that is geographically maintained by a federal government.  Most anarchists promote a purely voluntary society in which things like laws and political boundaries are open to the local public with no intervention from a federally "sanctioning" body.

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