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Anarchists are opposed to heirarchy, and the state in particular. Anarchists consider other libertarians (classic liberals) to be "minarchist". Libertarians of the liberal tradition may find some inspiration in the individualist and mutualist anarchist traditions, but generally consider other anarchist thought to be strange and self-contradictory. This is illustrated by the anarchist use of the term "libertarian socialist".

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