Also the Poverty of Philosophy is in part against the petty-bourgeois anarchism in Proudon's political philosophy (It also speaks to the recent "Hours" local money fantasies).
Large sections of the Holy Family and German Ideology are polemics against rising anarchist movements of that time, especially Max Stirner, who I believe is considered by some a founder of anarchism. The Feurbach sections of the German Ideology present Marx's early views of the state, later substantiated by Engel's Origin the of the Family, Private Property and the State.
Aren't anarchists just unwashed libertarians. That is, anarchists and libertarians have the same view of the state, they just wear different uniforms in other areas, like personal wealth accumulation.
Marx and Engels also wanted to get rid of the state but by other means than just "smashing" it. The economic foundations of the state would be removed by revolutionary action.
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