Definitions and Distinctions:
ANARCHISM: That organization of society in which the Free Market operates freely, without taxes, usury, landlordism, tariffs, or other forms of coercion or privilege. “Right” anarchists predict that in the Free Market people would voluntarily choose to compete more often than to cooperate; “left” anarchists predict that in the Free Market people would voluntarily choose to cooperate more often than to compete.Nota: os left-anarquistas sabe-se lá porquê não entendem que uma sociedade livre baseia-se na cooperação de mercado entre produtores e consumidores, e a concorrência não só não é possível sem cooperação, como multiplica, reforça e depura as tais possibilidades de cooperação.Additional Definitions and Distinctions:
(genuine) free market
A market freed—liberated—from systematic forcible interference with just acquisition and free exchange. The most obvious such interference is the network of taxes, regulations, and privileges maintained by the state; widespread interference by non-state actors—organized crime families, for instance—could also render a market unfree.