So begins this headline from the University Observer Online (Dublin). Well, yeah, Chomsky's famed for sure, and he's an anarchist. And he's a famed anarchist, though that's not the first characterization many of us would reach for, even in a political context.
Seeing the headline set me to wondering: Who is the prototypical "famed anarchist"? Google, and you can some hits on Koroptkin, Lucy Parsons, Gertie Voss, and other historical figures you may know. By far and away the most hits are for the person in the picture (click to enlarge): Emma Goldman.
Image from here.