While the goal of many Anarchists is a free, classless society, their methods of achieving this goal are at best ineffective and at worst opportunistic. Many anarchists ignore the political side of the class struggle, often boycotting elections or having nothing to do with a bourgeois government. Anarchists often ignore unions that they deem as reactionary or bourgeois. The argument is that if a person takes part in these institutions, that person only helps the bourgeoisie, not the working class. This is incorrect because the struggle must be taken to where the people are most likely to pay attention. A working class Republican is not going to read an anarchist newsletter, but he will listen to a candidate running for office, even if at first it is to oppose that candidate. This is not the only action that must be taken, but it is an effective one. In 2006, voters elected the Democrats to power in the United States Congress. They had grown tired of the Republican garbage and wanted something new. Now that the Democrats have been in power for nearly two years, it is clear that the Democrats are no better, often working for the same thing as the Republican Party, but by saying different words. This is when working class parties should be campaigning the most, especially because in recent polls, a majority of Americans have expressed their displeasure at the two-party system. Despite this, the anarchists are not campaigning to win working class votes (neither are socialist parties, but these parties have long ago rejected Marxism, preferring their own version of opportunism). True Socialism, deemed utopian by its opponents out of fear, is the correct political ideology. It is scientific; it builds on the successes of capitalism, while eliminating class struggle; it allows people who work hard to see the full benefit of their labor, not letting one individual steal their hard work. Do not be mistaken by the lies of capitalists, Socialism does not redistribute wealth so that everyone is equal, if a person works hard, they should benefit from that labor; if a person is lazy and does no work, they will not earn anything.
For more on the incorrect ideological view of Anarchism, I suggest reading "Left-Wing Communism: An Infantile Disorder" by V. I. Lenin.
I also suggest:
"Escape From Freedom" by Erich Fromm
"Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts" Karl Marx
"The State and Revolution" V. I. Lenin
"What is to be Done?" by V. I. Lenin
"The Civil War in France" by Karl Marx; this book is important because it discusses the Paris Commune of 1871, when a successful socialist government was created by the workers of Paris.