One peculiar aspect that the film covers quite well is the wide range of political philosophies and practices encompassed by the term “anarchism.” From organic homestead ranchers to peaceful political protesters to academic theoreticians to isolated Thoreau-style survivalists to worker-owned factories, “American” anarchism has often established itself in contradictory ways. What is it about anarchism that lends itself to such varied interpretation? How can it contain individualists, egoists, isolationists and libertarians alongside communists, socialists, labor leaders, and advocates of direct action against the state? Is anarchism a left-wing or right-wing philosophy (or is it, as some theorists claim, “anti-political” or even “post-political”)? Do you think that the diversity within anarchist thought and practice is a strength or a weakness for a political program?