Anarchism in Korea
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Anarchism in Korea began in 1894, when autonomous Shinmin region, which was an underlooked anarcho-communist society encompassing about two million people for three years. Formerly a prefecture of China, it became "the Korean People's Association in Manchuria," with rural collectives, mutual aid banks, a greatly expanded education system, mandated, unprivileged delegates, and a free peasant army.
- 1894-1931: Anarchism in Korea | libcom.org
- Schmidt, Michael (2013). Cartography of Revolutionary Anarchism
- Korean Anarchism History from the Anarchy Archives. Transcript of a talk given by Alan MacSimoin to the Workers Solidarity Movement in 1991.
- "Non-Western Anarchisms : Rethinking the Global Context" by Jason Adams.
- Orwell in Iraq: Obama Wants to Defeat ISIS, But Not That Badly (2014-09-01). Kevin Carson on the commonalities between some aspects of modern Kurdistan and anarchism in postwar Korea.