What Is To Be Done about Constituted Power?

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From David Graeber’s Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology.  In Madagascar,

the Vezo lived alongside the Sakalava monarchies but like the Tsimihety, they managed to remain independent of them because, as legend has it, whenever they learned royal representatives were on the way to visit them, they would all get in their canoes and wait offshore until they went away.

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