One finds all sorts of good information here and there. Coming from an analysis of the strange governance which prevailed in Spain during Spanish Civil War of 1936 to 1939, we have the following insight:
[Here is] the dilemma of the anarcho-socialist. If the workers seize control of their plants and run them as they wish, capitalism remains. The only way to suppress what socialists most despise about capitalism – greed, inequality, and competition – is to force the worker-owners to do something they are unlikely to do voluntarily. To do so requires a state, an organization with sufficient firepower to impose unselfishness, equality, and coordination upon recalcitrant workers. One can call the state a council, a committee, a union, or by any other euphemism, but the simple truth remains: socialism requires a state.
Interesting, isn’t it, that capitalism fills the void of anarchy? One is reminded about nature and vacuum.