Anarcho-Warrenism is an anarcho-communist ideology founded by political philosopher Bernard Warren in his book, "the Warren Manifesto". In the book, he denounced authoritarianism, nationalism, and capitalism, calling for a complete dismantling of the state and it's oppressive hierarchical relations with the people.

It asserts the need for working class ownership of the means of production and distribution, calls for the abolition of private property (though personal property being used by a person is retained), and a gift-economy instead of a market one. There is no state, with society being a free association of communes. Anarcho-Warrenism is the ideology of the Anarchist Workers' Union in Lodamun. People like Wilson Dean, John Carpenter, and Natasha Duvall are all seeking to further develop the ideology, due to the quick death of an elderly Warren.

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