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[[Image:Carol Moore at No Armageddon rally.jpg|thumb|Carol Moore speaks at the [[DC Anti-War Network]]'s "No Armageddon For Bush" rally on [[June 6]], [[2006]].]]
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Carol Moore (b. 1948) is an [[ethicist]] and [[systems theorist]] best known for her theories of [[secession]] and her analysis of [[Mahatma Gandhi]]'s methods as an "intuitive systems theorist".<ref>Moore, C: "The Nation State Break Up" NOMOS Magazine, 1985; Carol Moore, [http://www.context.org/ICLIB/IC12/Moore.htm From Empire To Ecstasy A vision for the coming transition], In Context Magazine, Winter 1985/86, Page 47; Carol Moore, [http://www.sacred-texts.com/bos/bos239.htm Consciousness and Politics], reprint at [http://sacred-texts.com/ SacredText.Com].</ref>
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She is considered a critic of the street violence tactics of some members of the [[anti-globalization]] movement.<ref>Kevin Diaz, "Puppet Show" cover story about April 16, 2000 protests, [[Washington City Paper]], April 21-27, 2000 issue; [http://www.driftline.org/cgi-bin/archive/archive_msg.cgi?file=spoon-archives/aut-op-sy.archive/aut-op-sy_2000/aut-op-sy.0003&msgnum=100&start=12266&end=12560 Re: (en) Polemics in the movement-about the April A16 action], email by “Chuck0 on anarchist list, March 16, 2000.</ref> She is known in movements for [[separatism]] and [[secession]]. Her writings focus on governance in smaller political units.<ref>[http://www.infiltec.com/wmod100.htm "Waco, Secession and John Galt", Strategies for Liberty in the 21st Century], Description of speech to be given by Moore for the Washington Metro Objectivism Discussion, January 21, 2000; [http://www.liberatedspace.com/pastshows/ Carol Moore speaks on secession and war], [http://liberatedspace.com/ Liberated Space.Com], July 1, 2004 audio interview with Angela Keaton; [http://vtcommons.org/blog/317 Carol Moore’s “Secede and Survive” Blog], at [http://vtcommons.org/ Vermont Commons] site.</ref>
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Moore is considered a [feminist] and a [libertarian].<ref>Taylor, Joan Kennedy, “Communities in Peril,” review of Carol Moore’s book The Davidian Massacre and Carol Moore’s introduction to reissue of [[Karl Hess]]’s book Community Technology,[http://www.alf.org/alfnews/alf58.shtml Association of Libertarian Feminists Newsletter], Issue #58, Spring 1996; [http://www.lp.org/lpn/9808-conv-overview.html David Bergland elected National Chair as Libertarians gather for Convention], [[Libertarian Party News]] archives, August, 1998; Thomas M. Sipos, [http://www.hollywoodinvestigator.com/2004/lpcon1.htm Libertarian Convention Ends in Unity Despite Controversies], [http://www.hollywoodinvestigator.com Hollywoodinvestigator.com], June 24, 2004; Libertarian Party: [http://www.politics1.com/blog-0706.htm Moderates Seize Control, Hardcores Bolt], report [http://www.politics1.com Politics1.Com], July 1-15, 2006; Julian Sanchez and David Weigel, [http://reason.com/news/show/124426.html Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?], [[Reason Magazine]], January 16, 2008.</ref>
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She has been active in [[anti-war]] and war [[tax resistance]] movements since the late-1970s.<ref>Lew Rockwell, [http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=20261 Freedom vs. War], on [[WorldNetDaily.Com]], April 1, 1999; Chris Ney, [http://www.commondreams.org/news2000/0710-05.htm IRS Closes Doors, Avoids Confrontation with War Tax Resisters], July 10, 2000; [http://www.pressaction.com/news/weblog/full_article/hero01172003/ Press Action Hero of the Week: CAROL MOORE], January 17, 2003; Lance Brown, [http://freedom2008.com/blog/archives/000185.html Peace, Freedom and Political Buttons], February 22, 2003; Carol Moore, [http://www.nwtrcc.org/mtap04/mtap0204.html#profile WTR Profile: My War Tax Resistance Journey], [http://www.nwtrcc.org National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee web site], February, 2004; John Hendren and Cynthia H. Cho, [http://www.commondreams.org/headlines05/0617-08.htm?PHPSESSID=d8d0641e6382a2a7c1e48399b110c0b3 War Criticism and Concerns Both Growing], originally published in [[Los Angeles Times]], June 17, 2005; Meghan Clyne, [http://www.nysun.com/pf.php?id=20550&v=3356625911 Protesters Trail For Diatribes, Disobedience], [[New York Sun]], September 26, 2005; [http://www.kplctv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4776715&nav=0nqx Some plan to donate to charity, instead of to Uncle Sam today], [[Associated Press]] story, April 17, 2006; William Hughes, [http://baltimore.indymedia.org/newswire/display/12448/index.php Kevin Zeese: Hawkish Israeli Lobby Wants War with Iran!], [http://baltimore.indymedia.org/ Baltimore Indymedia], April 26, 2006; William Hughes, [http://usa.mediamonitors.net/content/view/full/41663 AIPAC’s Gabfest: Israel Lobby Shows Off Its Power], [http://mediamonitors.net/ DC Indymedia], March 13, 2007.</ref>
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She is author of a book on the [[Waco siege]] entitled ''The Davidian Massacre'', [[Special:Booksources&isbn=9781880692226|ISBN 978-1880692226]]. <ref>[http://www.boogieonline.com/revolution/by_name/M/CarolMoore.html "Revolution" Item on Carol Moore and Waco]; Larry Pratt, [http://www.gunowners.org/op9504.htm Waco Hearings: A Rush to Judgment], 1995; [http://iangoddard.net/wacoflir.htm Ian Goddard, The Waco FLIR Flashes]; Dean M. Kelley review in "Roundup of Books on Waco", [[First Things]], February 1996; Tanya Metskya, [http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=19410 The Waco phoenix], [[WorldNetDaily]], September 2, 1999; [http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/SocialIssues.html Description of "Waco Fire Storm"], May 5, 1995 [[ABC News Nightline]] episode featuring Carol Moore and others.</ref>
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==See also==
 
{{Wikiquote|Carol Moore}}
 
  
*[[Secession]]
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==References==
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|+ 2016 United States Presidential Election <ref>https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election,_2016</ref>
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! Party !! Candidate/Running Mate !! Electoral Votes !! Percent !! Votes
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| Republican || Donald Trump/Mike Pence || 304 || 46.2% || 62,979,984
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| Democratic || Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine || 227 || 48.3% || 65,844,969
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| {{party shading/Libertarian}}| Libertarian || {{party shading/Libertarian}}| Gary Johnson/Bill Weld || {{party shading/Libertarian}}| 0 || {{party shading/Libertarian}}| 3.3% || {{party shading/Libertarian}}| 4,492,919
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| Green || Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka || 0 || 1.1% || 1,449,370
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| Others || (Various) || 7 || 1.2% || 1,684,908
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==External links==
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[[Category: Sandbox]]
*[http://secession.net secession.net] - her secession web site
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[[Category: Help]]
*[http://carolmoore.net carolmoore.net] - her website
 
*[http://www.carolmoore.net/sfm/ "The Return of Street Fighting Man"]
 

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2016 Libertarian Party Convention Presidential Nomination
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2016LPConPresResultsRound2 Blank.png
2nd Round Delegate Vote Results. Delegate majorities are represented as Green for Gary Johnson, Blue for Austin Petersen, and Orange for John McAfee. Black denotes states where delegate majority was split, and grey indicates states that did not participate.


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2016 United States Presidential Election [1]
Party Candidate/Running Mate Electoral Votes Percent Votes
Republican Donald Trump/Mike Pence 304 46.2% 62,979,984
Democratic Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine 227 48.3% 65,844,969
Libertarian Gary Johnson/Bill Weld 0 3.3% 4,492,919
Green Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka 0 1.1% 1,449,370
Others (Various) 7 1.2% 1,684,908
  1. https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election,_2016