While libertarian anarchists like me view the state apparatus as the greatest evil and injustice ever conceived of by mankind, it is important to realize that it is not the only agent of tyranny and oppression in the world. There is nothing wrong in solely focusing on dismantling government power per se, but Will Moyer makes one of the most compelling "left-libertarian" cases I have ever read for broadening our radicalism:
While eliminating the state is a massive multi-generational project, it is in many ways only the first step. Human flourishing is the ultimate goal. And if libertarians think they can dust off their hands and head home just because the state is in ashes, they’re wrong. The state is the most obvious and brutal source of power and hierarchy, but it’s far from the only one. The state is a giant engine for deforming human culture, and what’s left over once it’s smashed isn’t a foregone conclusion. It will be up to humans to reshape and remake culture and society in the way that suits us best. This will have to include examinations of race, class, gender, sexuality, relationships, religion, social institutions, and traditions in the absence of the state apparatus. It will have to include disassembling other forms of hierarchy – both violent and non-violent.