The Individualist Anarchists were a diverse group of anti-authoritarian reformers and radicals who regarded individual sovereignty and free market competition as the answer to the social and economic problems of the day. They saw the State as the source and protector of big business titans’ monopoly power and accordingly of the laboring classes’ suffering and deprivation. Building on the ideas of classical
This site is presented as a learning tool to ventilate the ideas of those thinkers who fall within the somewhat unsung tradition of American Individualism — to summarize their philosophy and positions on a number of important issues. As a great admirer of the Individualist Anarchists, I hope that you will find it useful and enlightening.
To learn more about Individualist Anarchism, read my Libertarianism.org article: http://www.libertarianism.org/columns/libertarian-socialism