From: Mirimir <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I find it hard to imagine how anarchist societies could develop in our>currently state-dominated world. Anarchist societies have survived>through isolation, and some still do. But how does that work in places>under active state contention?>Also, anarchy seems to work best when everyone is more-or-less equally>powerful. Everyone has the same weapons, for example. In science>fiction, anarchist societies typically depend on some new technology>that eliminates states' power monopoly. Maybe it'll be the Singularity.
The pathway to the solution was described in 1995-95, by me: