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Re: Unicorn vs....
>In the discussions of what is or is not an "anarchist", aside from the
>obvious "Anarchist Cookbook" (couldn't resist), is there an official
>Anarchist codicil? What makes one an official anarchist?
You have to register. When you fill out the form to register to vote, you
get a bunch of choices for "Party Affiliation", i.e. Democrat, Republican,
Communist, etc. Then there's a blank line if you want to use something
other that the standard choices. You write in "Anarchist".
In a month or so, the Board of Elections sends you back a card showing you
to be a registered Anarchist. Of course, you don't get to vote in the
Well, that's how it works in California, anyway.
Lefty [gYon-Pa] ([email protected])