Anarchy is the lack of a central government governing all citizens in a country. In this form of government, or lack thereof, people have the choice to follow whatever moral rules and regulations they want. It's like a create your own terms and services page. Although I bet they already have those and they are just buried deep inside them so nobody finds them, because nobody reads those.
Countries with Anarchy
Almost all of the time, anarchy isn't a very commonly used governmental system when creating a country. Anarchy can happen after a civil war, but usually after a few years some form takes over. There are currently no countries with an anarchy system right now.
Could Anarchy Work?
This question instigates a lot of different answers from people. Some people feel like anarchy wouldn't work because people will just go out killing and stealing at all times, while some think the total opposite and almost all crime will stop because of anarchy. I decided I wanted to take a deeper look, and I found an actual place in america where anarchy exists.
Welcome to Slab City, California!
Slab City, California is about 4 miles from the nearest place with law enforcement, and is in the complete desert. Slab City is pretty much an RV Park, but with no parking fees, bathrooms, electricity, running water, or police. Here, people basically can do whatever they want.
Although Slab City is in the United States, which is a Republic, it does show that there can be a working anarchy system where people can live without rules most of the time and function.
The problem with this is Slab City is not very big. If we scaled this up to the size of America, the RV's would be HUGE, but also, it wouldn't work the same way as a small city. This small city only houses people wanting to be in what is know as the 'Last Free Place In America'. In the US, many people would not want this, especially people in high power, and if the US was an anarchy, people would instantly take it over.
So, in Conclusion, although Anarchy would be very hard to create in large countries like the US because of the disapproval some would have towards it, small 'experiments', if you want to call them, do show that anarchy could be a possibility.