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i second j. krishnamurti. green anarchy highlighted him in one of their "reclaiming ... for anarchy" pieces.

george carlin acknowledged being an anarchist toward the end of his life (he argued with his daughter over it), but most would not think of him as such.

i know john lennon leaned harder to the left than many anarchists (myself included) would have affinity with, but "imagine there's no country...imagine no religion...imagine no possessions" sure sounds like a critique of the 3 primary pillars of civilization (imo): state/governance, religion, capitalism/economics.

thoreau maybe.