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Spoke with chemical engineer Sophia Weber about seizing the means of production, anarchist scientists, worker’s cooperatives, the importance of process work, anarcho-syndicalism, stoicism, economies of scale, not-sexy anarchism, creating mutual aid networks, environmental racism and classism, failures of electoral politics, how anarchists deal with large public problems, collective bargaining, larger perspective interests, wildcat strikes, cats, witchery, the Kardashians, being in the struggle, bringing heaven to earth, connecting yourself with the Godhead, solitary witchcraft, covens, the balance between individualism and collectivism, and the Waterbury Mutual Aid and Defense Network. Referenced: International Journal of Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace "Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology" by David Graeber Support the project on Patreon at and visit the website at!

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