ZEIT Campus: You often say you are an anarchist. What do you mean by that?
Chomsky: Anarchists try to identify power structures. They urge those
exercising power to justify themselves. This justification does not
succeed most of the time. Then anarchists work at unmasking and
mastering the structures, whether they involve patriarchal families, a
Mafia international system or the private tyrannies of the economy, the
I've found my calling in life.