"Neoliberalism" is one of those terms tossed around by both those who know what they're talking about and those who have absolutely no idea what they're talking about. But like any other complex concept, the definition of neoliberalism is often in contestation.
Before we can say whether an anarchist future is possible, we should start by saying what exactly anarchism is. Emma Goldman, the great American anarchist, defined it in 1910 as “the philosophy of a new social order based on liberty unrestricted by man-made law.” Anarchists believe that all forms of government—be it a liberal democracy or a socialist state—are based on violence and coercion. To sum it up: government equals tyranny.