Answer:   d. The country would have no organized government.

Explanation:   There is a whole spectrum of definitions of anarchism, starting from the literary direction to the political movement and ideology. As a well-organized movement, it emerged in the nineteenth century, during the class struggle and the rise of communism, but quickly came to a disagreement between the communist and the anarchist. These two political currents formally split up at the Fifth Congress of the First International in 1872. Anarchists also took part in the Russian Revolution and in the Spanish Civil War, but after these events they were suppressed. The word anarchism in the etymological sense implies “without rulers”, but in ideological terms, it implies an attitude against authority, or some sort of decentralized confederation. This does not imply that there is no government, but there is a broadly decentralized government, organized on different criteria and quite confusing.