Bolo’bolo immediately popped into my head when I read this question. While the OP might not like the specifics of ‘taku’ (0.25 m3 really isn’t much), the bigger ideas and the spirit of the smaller ideas I think could be very appealing to the OP. On a personal note, I love bolo’bolo, it’s the most plausible, appealing and positive model for how a society structured around free association could work in the real world that I’ve ever come across.
i've gotten in trouble over-hyping bolo'bolo. it raises people's expectations too high, for an odd little book that isn't even really fiction... and that has some definite weird marxist business going on in various places.but the concepts! they're great! and taku is definitely one of the more provocative ones. that and the tooth are my favorites :)
Vernon Ricahrds wrote in Protests without Illusions,
"We believe that human beings can achieve their maximum development and fufilment as individuals in a community of individuals only when they have free access to the means of life and are equals among equals, we maintain that to achieve a society in which these conditions are possible it is necessary to destroy all that is authoritarian in existing society.
Anarchy is only solely about destroying or eliminating abusive auhoritarian powers of the state, but it is not about living lawlessly.
In principle, for a society to socially own or control property, produce goods to meet the needs of all instead of allow profit for a few, to organize a system of distribution so that all rather than an elite share equitably in the material means of life—then clearly definable administrative institutions have to be established that not only make them workable but also constrain irrational behavior. In short, forms of authority have to be created that are meant not to exploit or oppress human beings, but rather to ensure that some human beings are not exploited or oppressed by others and to ensure the means for acquiring the good life.