Libertarian socialist

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Libertarian socialists oppose coercive forms of authority, including the state, but also consider capitalism to be coercive, due to uneven power relationships. They oppose private property, believing that it leads to exploitation, and promote cooperation among workers rather than competition. They believe that the means of production should be communally owned, and economic decisions made democratically. They would replace the state with voluntary institutions called syndicates, which would make decisions through direct democracy. Notable libertarian socialists include Noam Chomsky, Emma Goldman, and Peter Neville.