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In many parts of the world, communalism is a modern term that describes a broad range of social movements and social theories which are in some way centered upon the community. Communalism can take the form of communal living or communal property, among others. Communalism is defined as a theory of a society that is divided into several small, independent communes and the state is just a confederation of these communes.


Communalism is often associated with various branches of socialism, especially communism (and, in particular, religious communism or primitive communism) and most anarchist philosophies.



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