socialism: organizing economic and governmental activities democratically to overcome social inequality and to serve the interests of society as a whole. Machinery, raw materials, capital, etc. are owned collectively and used to produce goods and services to benefit human needs rather than yield private profit. Decision-making is based on citizen input.
anarchism: Literally, government by none. Anarchists hold that authority is inherently wrong and desire a society based on the voluntary association of individuals. They oppose the State which they believe imposes the will of the majority on minorities. Some anarchists support violence as a means of abolishing the State.
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