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  • I’m the town badman, Mrs. Kennicott: town atheist, and I suppose I must be an anarchist, too.
  • You fuss over Carol Kennicott when she has some crazy theory that we all ought to turn anarchists or live on figs and nuts or something.
  • When this war is over, I suppose you’ll be calling them ’red anarchists.’
  • If you Tories were wise, you wouldn’t arrest anarchists; you’d arrest all these children while they’re asleep in their cribs.
  • Everybody who doesn’t love the bankers and the Grand Old Republican Party is an anarchist."
  • Don’t need so many skilled workmen in my place, and it’s a lot of these cranky, wage-hogging, half-baked skilled mechanics that start trouble—reading a lot of this anarchist literature and union papers and all."

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  • An anarchist group claimed responsibility for the explosion.
  • Are you really anarchists?
    Ernest Hemingway  --  A Farewell to Arms

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