The 1A radio program on NPR gave anarchism a fair spot.
On the whole I thought several of the questions and answers were good, and it was nice that they got actual anarchist writers to go on. Though I think I disagree with William C.'s first answer. He implies that revulsion to anarchism is based on a misconception that mistakes the anarchist terrorists from a hundred years ago as the entirety of anarchism. But I don't think there is any level of peacefulness that would make anarchism palatable to those who can't see beyond their present society. If the Galleanists had never set off any bombs, Trump would still be seeking to demonize anarchism, because it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a someone who is rich to enter an anarchist society.