An interesting question arose elsewhere on the forum which has captured my attention: namely, "What is the relationship between Anarchists and Marxism.
By the way, this post constitutes HISTORY and not POLITICS. A discussion of the Peloponnesian Wars during Herodotus' day was politics, but now it is history.
Here are some things I quickly found, I must read them over and read the links in their entirety, but at least it is a start.
Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the
absence of a master, of a sovereign." [P-J Proudhon, What is Property
, p. 264] In other words, anarchism is a political theory which aims to
create a society within which individuals freely co-operate together as
equals. As such anarchism opposes all forms of hierarchical control -
be that control by the state or a capitalist - as harmful to the
individual and their individuality as well as unnecessary.