I was born into a very Marxist, atheist family in the backdrop of rural england. In an environment where most teens have little or no social conscience beyond veganism, drug issues and the worrying self harm trend that's sweeping our age group at the moment, and whereby their only method of expressing their opinion on said concerns seems to be via poorly phrased arguments on their facebook feeds, I consider my more politically astute upbringing to be rather a blessing. So while I bear roots deep in the realms of Marx, the teachings of those like Larken Rose and George Carlin that taught me that Marx tries to hack at the ever growing branches of social inequality, instead of striking at the root and disengaging from organised society altogether. Ultimately they both want the same thing, the leveling of the social classes, albeit in two very different ways, so I wouldn't be surprised if there were more like me, jumping from one to the next. Most Marxists wanted to engage and influence their governmental body, scholarly anarchists seem to prefer stepping out and washing their hands of governmental law altogether. They bare strong ties, and in practice, politics might not be an absolute, Marxism could work, but the arguements of anarchism just seem more logical to me.