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Fred Woodworth is an anarchist and atheist writer based in the United States. He is an anarchist without adjectives, saying: "I have no prefix or adjective for my anarchism. I think syndicalism can work, as can free-market anarcho-capitalism, anarcho-communism, even anarcho-hermits, depending on the situation. But I do have a strong individualist streak. Just plain anarchism—against government and authority—is what I'm for."
Since 1969 Woodworth has published the anarchist zine, The Match! from his home in Tucson, Arizona. The Match!, with about 2,000 readers, has consistently questioned authoritarian government, society, and religion since the magazine’s inception. Computers, organized religion, the police, the U.S. Census, jury duty, and the bookselling industry are just a few of the institutions regularly disparaged in its pages.
- Pulling the strings: How Businesses and Institutions Attempt to Control the Small Press
- The Koran
- The Match! Historic Reprint Series: The Retort, 1942-51: Special Anthology Issue
- Anarchism: What is it? Is it Practical or Utopian? Is Government Necessary? (The Match Pamphlet Series)
- There Is No God
- The Atheist Cult
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