(plural: ‘anarchists‘; pronunciation: the letters ‘ch’ are said with a ‘k’ sound as in “king”)
a person who believes and teaches others that a society should not have any formal government and people should work together for the common good of all;
a person who tries to overthrow the existing government and behaves in a law-less way;
a person with radical ideas who causes disorder in an organisation or society,
Lenin, the former Russian leader, did not think he was an anarchist.
The company is trying to find out those anarchists in their midst who are causing some disturbance in the workers’ union.
An excerpt from ‘zpub’:
No anarchy club in Kanawha County
“When a lot of people think of anarchy, they think of violence,” said Ian Morris, 15. “It’s really a form of self-governance and self-rule. But most people don’t realize that.”