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C4SS Welcomes Darian Worden, Promotes Tom Knapp

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  • Roderick Long
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE C4SS announces additional staff member and a promotion. AUBURN, ALABAMA – January 1, 2010 – Center for a Stateless Society – The
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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      C4SS announces additional staff member and a promotion.

      AUBURN, ALABAMA – January 1, 2010 – Center for a Stateless Society – The
      Center for a Stateless Society announced personnel changes today, with
      the addition of Darian Worden as the third C4SS News Analyst and
      promotion of Thomas L. Knapp to Senior News Analyst.

      Worden becomes the Center’s sixth paid part-time staff member. C4SS
      Director Brad Spangler said “Darian is a rising young talent among
      anarchist writers and activists. When some angel donors came to us with
      a proposal to make earmarked contributions to pay for his first quarter
      of work with the Center, we pounced on it immediately.”

      Darian Worden is an individualist anarchist writer with experience in
      libertarian activism. His fiction includes Bring a Gun To School Day and
      the forthcoming Trade War. His essays and other works can be viewed at
      his personal website. He also hosts an internet radio show, Thinking
      Liberty, on PatriotRadio.com.

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      ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY
      The mission of the Molinari Institute is to promote understanding of the
      philosophy of Market Anarchism as a sane, consensual alternative to the
      hypertrophic violence of the State. The Institute takes its name from
      Gustave de Molinari (1819-1912), originator of the theory of Market
      Anarchism. The Center for a Stateless Society is the Molinari
      Institute’s media center.

      CONTACT
      Brad Spangler
      Center for a Stateless Society
      media@...
      http://www.c4ss.org
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