Talk:Carol Moore

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July 5, 2003: This is the Carol Moore discussed in this page which I just happend to find. Pretty wild and crazy. Just to correct, I personally don't care if people have no or a little or a lot of "state" in their small *voluntary* communities, as long as they don't aggress on or defraud others. But I do promote nonviolence, consensus and direct democracy, all of which would lead to a small state or not quite a state. All of this described in detail in

Glad you saw fit to respond. Your clarification is now included but it did not seem to correct/contradict anything else there. And it still is not clear if you consider yourself an ethicist, Feminist or Anarchist. Not that everyone gets to control their own image, of course, but it would be useful to all if you would actually help improve the definitions of these things here. Hopefully they are less "wild and crazy" than accurate. Also there are good articles on Non-violence, Consensus, Consensus_decision_making, Direct_democracy, Participatory_democracy, Voting_systems, and all that, which your input would be extremely welcome on. Anonymous input might be less intimidating, given your obvious reputation. We like merged moots here, and we tolerate trolls, and like nature, thus we are: EofT

Recoverable Past Edits

This is a note that I'm still working on reconstructing the Mediawiki markup for the edits of this article that can be gotten from the Internet Archive and that I've gotten help from User:Miros1. This has proven to be a LOT more work than anticipated, but it's nearing completion. A better process (and at least partially automated) than what I'm doing now for converting HTML to reasonably accurate Mediawiki markup is needed if other such articles are to be handled in this fashion. -- Strangelv (talk) 08:43, 17 April 2017 (UTC)

OK to remove weird formatting?

Like this:  Or anything else similar I might come across.

Not sure if that's something that has to be kept because of licensing. LP-1979 (talk) 11:33, 17 October 2017 (CDT)

  • Yes please. Those are just sloppy copying errors from PDFs. CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 20:29, 17 October 2017 (CDT)