Anarchism, coercion, revolution, change

Main goal of anarchism is to remove coercion from all systems. In error, most anarchist wish to remove institutions which use coercion which can only be attempted through a revolution and has proven ineffective.

Coercion can only be eliminated by itself, and not by elimination of institutions which use it. If institutions are removed while coercion is not directly addressed, coercion will remain within the system and enter new rules.

Most effective way to remove coercion is to keep institutions but remove coercion by offering a move effective and more valuable method than coercion.