I was thinking this simple maxim the other day:
The ideal is to give maximum freedom and power to those people sufficiently spiritually evolved and to remove freedom and power from those who are not.
This is already what is done to an extent in governments by removing the freedom and power of those who harm others (criminals). However, politicians and business men are seldom paragons of spiritual or ethical development and yet they currently hold the most power, while those with more development are merely left outside of higher power structures. That's why society is often moving towards schemes inspired by greed and a lust for power rather than spirit, happiness, or virtue.
In anarchy you'd be giving blanket freedom and power to everyone as long as they didn't violate your two stated principles. That's basically laissez-faire capitalism without a rigid governmental structure to enforce the two rules. There are many downsides to capitalism which we are currently experiencing because most business endeavors come from lower ideals. The liberals want to restrain these exploitative machinations through legislation which may be necessary if it's an especially damaging scheme, and yet legislation is used by equally if not worse political power structures and the businesses themselves.
I seriously doubt there is an external solution. For any system to work, including anarchy, it would take people being better than they currently are, and that would take better spiritual technology.
Just thinking out loud.