Libertarian socialism, also referred to as anarcho-socialism, anarchist socialism, free socialism, stateless socialism, socialist anarchism and socialist libertarianism, is a anti-authoritarian, anti-statist and libertarian political philosophy within the socialist movement which rejects the state socialist conception of socialism as a statist form where the state retains centralized control of the economy.
- See also Socialism
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|Textbook||Prichard, A. et al.||Libertarian socialism: politics in black and red|||
|Book||Kropotkin, P||The conquest of bread|||
|Essay||Vandegrift, G||Socialism/Is it a thing of the left?|||
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- Wikipedia: Libertarian socialism
- Prichard, Alex; Kinna, Ruth; Pinta, Saku; Berry, David (2012). Libertarian socialism : politics in black and red. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-62963-402-9. OCLC 990778000. http://worldcat.org/oclc/990778000.
- Peter., Kropotkin, (2020). The Conquest of Bread. Neeland Media LLC. ISBN 978-1-4209-7268-9. OCLC 1232277041. http://worldcat.org/oclc/1232277041.
- Essay on Wikiversity's resource: Socialism