Kevin Carson

Kevin Carson

Kevin Amos Carson (born 1963) is an American social and political theorist and scholar of political economy writing in the mutualist and individualist anarchist traditions.

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Carson describes his politics as on "the outer fringes of both free market libertarianism and socialism." He has identified the work of Benjamin Tucker, Ralph Borsodi, Lewis Mumford, and Ivan Illich as sources of inspiration for his approach to politics and economics.

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