Anarchy vs. Minarchy: Do You Want a Little Government or None at All?


Anarchy vs. minarchy: which is better? Can we be free with a limited government? Can we be safe in a stateless society? Is voluntaryism the answer?

Anarchy vs minarchy

is the contrast between the idea of a society with no government (anarchy) or a small, limited government (minarchy). For many awake and aware people, the current state of the world is so dysfunctional that they have gone beyond the point of trying to justify our current governmental structures. For this growing number of people of all nations and cultures, it’s no longer about left vs right, Democrat vs Republican, socialism vs conservatism or all the other false dichotomies that abound on the political spectrum. For many of us, there’s simply no point in investing time and energy into an illusion – the political illusion – while pretending it actually makes a difference. Why argue who is going to be the better slavemaster or the lesser of 2 evils? We are really only left with 2 choices: between having a small government or having no government. So which would be better for humanity, minarchy or anarchy?

Definitions of Anarchy, Minarchy and Voluntaryism

First of all, the words anarchy and minarchy come from the Greek words “an-” (meaning without), “arkhos” (meaning rule, chief or ruler) and the Latin prefix “min-” (meaning small). Thus, anarchy is a society or nation with no rules (i.e. government-sanctioned law), rulers or a ruling class, whereas minarchy is one with a minimal amount of rules, rulers and a ruling class. Care must be taken not to confuse minarchy with monarchy! Also, instead of the term anarchy, it may be more apt to use the word voluntaryism, which describes a stateless society where all human interactions are voluntary and where no central authority exists to make or enforce laws.

Can we set up a society where every interaction is voluntary? That is the goal of anarchy or voluntaryism.

Anarchy ≠ Chaos

Before we begin, it’s important to address a common misconception, that anarchy = chaos. Anarchy does not equal chaos! You can still have organization, cooperation, harmony and trust in a society where there is no central authority. It is up to the individual members to act in such a way to create that society. You can even have hierarchy in a voluntary society, where members voluntarily choose to structure an organization like that (e.g. for purposes of speed, coherence and efficiency). However, such hierarchy would never be forced on anyone, because the organizations containing it would be voluntary associations.

Likewise, it’s important to stress that anarchy does not mean utopia either. It’s naive to think that everyone will just magically get along and there will be no criminals or evil if we just remove government. However, as I will get to later, the point is about humanity evolving in terms of responsibility so that we can face these problems in a different way.

The Pros of Minarchism: Arguments For a Small, Limited Government

Many people who become anarchists or voluntaryists first become minarchists, because the idea of imagining the abolition of all government in a single step is very daunting for most. Minarchists believe that we can’t do away with government altogether, because it’s necessary and fulfills too many vital, essential roles that would be difficult or impossible to otherwise fulfill. These are the top reasons and justifications usually proposed for minarchy:

– Need for a central register in society (e.g. to be the one “official” list of titles to property, which plays a key part in dispute resolution);

– Need for central planning and centralized authority for good organization;

– Need to have some mechanism to control and offset other power gangs in society, such as the Mafia and the Corporatocracy;

– Criminal justice (i.e. catching criminals, providing the arena and the judge for trials of suspects); and

– Health safety protection (e.g. forcing quarantine in case of an outbreak).

Some people also advance the claim that government (and governmentally-approved corporate structures) are the reason that Western nations evolved faster than other nations. In this entertaining debate at Anarchapulco, Mark Skousen makes the points that we need minarchy to force a criminal suspect to actually come to the courtroom and stand trial, to ensure quarantine in emergency situations, and to enforce eminent domain (the right government takes upon itself to be able to force buy anyone’s property for national and municipal organizational purposes).

The Cons of Minarchy: Arguments Against a Small, Limited Government

His opponent, Larken Rose, vehemently denies that minarchy is a good idea. He points out the following reasons why:

– Minarchists advocate the “arch” or the existence of a ruling class. All monarchists are statists. They still believe in external authority. They still advocate some kind of government; they just think or want that such a government only do what they want it to do;

– Who decides what the “minimum” amount of power is that a government is allowed to wield? It will always be arbitrary;

– The constitutional limits written down to supposedly restrain minarchy governments don’t work. No one pays attention to the limits, and it’s ultimately not possible to enforce them;

– A constitution almost always provides for its own amendment, so anyone can “legally” and “constitutionally” change the entire constitution piece by piece. Look at how the Weimar Republic “legally” gave Hitler massive power and became the totalitarian state of Nazi Germany;

– Practically speaking, has minarchism ever done what it was promised to do? Like communism, it may be good in theory, but has a government EVER existed that only protected individual rights and never grew larger or out-of-control? Look at the US experiment: it was based on the theory of limited government, but has now grown to become the biggest empire in the history of the world (far more tyrannical than King George ever was), engaging in routine tyranny such as mass surveillance, theft via mandatory and excessive taxation, torture, assassination, foreign intervention and continuous imperialistic war around the world;

– Morally speaking, it’s fundamentally wrong (and impossible) to delegate rights you don’t have. How can a government claim any moral right to do what people cannot morally do? Where did government get its supposed right to steal, punish, imprison and kill, when it’s only made up of people, and no single person has that right himself or herself? Why does “government” suddenly have magical and extraordinary moral rights?

But We “Need” Government … Don’t We?

The usual knee-jerk response from people is that we “need” government and we can’t possibly do away with it completely. But does this stand up to closer scrutiny? Do we really need government to perform all the functions it currently does, or could we open a market for various businesses to compete? For example, could we have a free market for garbage collection? Utilities? Road-building? Dispute resolution? In all cases, there’s no logical reason why we couldn’t allow private businesses to perform these functions and services. Sure, it some cases it’s easier to have competing business (utilities) than others where central planning makes it more efficient (road-building), but couldn’t people find a fair way to get together and pay for these voluntarily in groups, neighborhoods and associations? Anarchists such as Stefan Molyneux have developed the idea of a free market of DROs (Dispute Resolution Organizations) who function as private defense agencies and arbitrators, and whom people employ when they go into contract with each other as a trusted 3rd party. Indeed, big corporations such as PayPal, eBay and Visa already have such private arbitrators anyway, preferring to use them than governmental courts.

Without Government, Who Would Protect Us From Evil?

As stated above, anarchy does not mean an automatic utopia. From a voluntaryist point of view, removing government is a great step towards freedom, but many will be scared of the idea. “Who will protect us from evil?” they ask. The answer is, quite simply, that we all have to face it regardless of the existence of government or not. There will still be people and groups trying to trick, steal from and control others. Anarchy can’t protect against all evil. Nothing can. We have government right now, and such conniving people and groups still exist! The big problem is that all too often government becomes the vehicle for such evil rather than a protector against it. As Plato said, when the authoritarian comes on the scene, he appeals to people’s fears and base needs for safety and security. At first, he’s a savior and a protector; later, he’s a tyrant.

When you create a center of power, you create an incentive and invitation for dark forces to seize control of that center of power – then they can magnify and “force multiply” (to use a military term) their dark agenda. Has there ever been a governmental situation where this did not happen? As I discussed in the article The Top 3 Reasons Why the System Keeps Perpetuating Itself, you can use the analogy of the ring of power from the Lord of the Rings. Creating a ring of power (a metaphor for a ruling class, a government and a belief in authority) is dangerous in and of itself, because you are creating an artificial construct which you can never guarantee will be always used for good. We all know the famous phrase that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. There’s no way around it!

We all know that politicians are puppets of a darker force. Put simply, the dark force behind government uses government to carry out its plans. What we see in practice, time and time again, is that government ends up enabling the very thing it was supposedly created to stop or protect against! So many insiders have told us this is exactly how the game works. For example, remember the story of Smedley Butler, who exposed how corporations try to win over the centralized coercive power of government to sanction their crimes, and wrote how he regretted becoming a “high class muscle man” for the corporatocracy.

Who will guard the guards or guardians? It’s a problem as old as time itself. A quote from the ancient Roman author Juvenal.

Government has shown itself to be a vehicle for an astonishing amount of evil. Government is an idea – nothing more – yet the practical implementation of this idea has caused untold death and destruction. The term democide was (according to Wikipedia“revived and redefined by the political scientist R. J. Rummel (1932–2014) as ‘the murder of any person or people by their government, including genocide, politicide and mass murder'”. In other words, democide means death by government. Democide was the leading cause of non-natural death in the 20th century, responsible for around 262 million victims according to Rummel, including genocides like Stalin’s Great Purges, Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward and the deaths from the colonial policy in the Congo Free State. Yes, communist and fascist governments may be a worse flavor of evil, but so-called liberal democracies like the UK and US have been drenched in blood for centuries now.

Can the Free Market “Guard the Guardians” Better?

Of course, there is no guarantee that anarchy will stop all evil, but perhaps the free market can do a better job than a minarchist system. First off, people so inclined would be happy to take charge of their own defense (by owning and using guns, by taking self-defense courses, etc.). But the defense of your person, your property and your family could also be outsourced to a private group or organization that you trusted. One idea is that, in a free market, DROs could just be like private defense agencies who are vying for your business. The first thing they would have to do would be to convince you that they aren’t a threat themselves and that they are not going to try to seize power over everyone. They would have to have grand guarantees and promises (e.g. Molyneux suggests something like they have to give all their money to charity and close down business if they are caught lying). They would be subject to the scrutiny of the market. If they were found to have deceived people, their business would suffer. People would have the choice to use or not use them.

It has been pointed out that the weakness of libertarianism as a philosophy is that is strong on big bullies (centralized government) but weak on small bullies (local gangs, abusive parents/spouses, etc.). For instance, how would a voluntary society deal with domestic abuse within a family? One answer is that DROs could be called just as cops are now, and while they wouldn’t have the “legal authority” to attack or imprison the abuser (because there would be no such thing as legal authority in an anarchist society), they could certainly use force in self-defense just as any other person would, regardless of if they have a badge and uniform or not. People would have to participate more in forming local groups to resolve conflict and achieve justice for victims. While this may sound scary to some, remember this: as much as government may help some victims of abuse, government also shields and covers up the perpetrators of massive abuse (a great example is how government members participate in pedophilia at the highest levels all across the world).

Again we are left with the awkward realization: government commits and encourages more evil than it stops, or to put it more accurately, the concept and creation of government allow evil and evildoers to amplify their influence and control people more than if government simply did not exist.

Government Creates and Protects Mafia and Corporate Monopolies

Even if you ignore the egregious evils of governmental democide, which some may try to explain away by saying it’s government gone bad, the fact remains that government itself often protects the “bad guys” rather than the “good guys”. By having the power to make law for an entire area, government can create monopolies (e.g. money issuance) and black markets (e.g. prohibition on alcohol). The international banking cartel led by the Rothschilds has prospered mostly because the government has given away its own power to create currency, and has made it legal and mandatory for everyone to accept fiat currency or paper money. Without that governmental decree, the banksters would face more serious competition in the forms of alternative currencies, and people would have more options against them. This is a classic case where government serves and encourages evil rather than protects us from it.

Government itself is a monopoly. It can be defined as the organization within a given geographical area that claims the sole right to rule and the sole right to initiate violence against others who do not obey its decrees. It sets itself up as the sole authority. Once you have a monopoly, you remove the power of the free market and competition. The end user or consumer no longer has options. New World Order conspirator John D. Rockefeller once said, “Competition is a sin”. As a monopoly, government removes itself from the normal pressures that companies face in an economic environment where companies have to perform well or else risk going out of business – and therefore has no real incentive to do its job properly.

When an organization gains a monopoly, it shields itself from ostracism – a great tool of anarchy. Ostracism is the technique by which citizens in a free and voluntary society can make their preferences known, and a kind of way that they “vote” by who they associate with, what products they buy and with whom they do business. Collectively, it forms a network of economic checks and balances which are far better than anything the Constitution could ever protect against (and after all, the US Constitution is just “a goddamn piece of paper” [quote from George W. Bush] in the eyes of tyrants).

Government is not a servant; that’s the lie fed to us. Government is a violent master. Government is first and foremost violence, and secondarily an organizational tool. The above quote is attributed to first US president George Washington.

Removing the Belief in Authority and Taking Responsibility

True anarchy or true voluntaryism takes place first inside your mind, not in the outside world. It all comes down to the belief in authority, to the notion that we have to have a ruling class, or that any ruler can be legitimate in a world where we are all born equal. A careful analysis shows that government cannot justify its political authority, no matter whether you use the arguments of social contract, implicit consent, explicit consent or consequentialism. All of these arguments can be overturned with logic to show that government is simply force masquerading in a variety of disguises such as consent, duty or so-called benevolent dictatorship (an oxymoron). Believing out of fear that we have to have government (no matter what) is a symptom of mind control.

True anarchy is not chaos or disorder, but rather removing the belief in authority, and keeping the rest. It’s overturning the idea that politicians and government get an exemption from morality. There is no need to do away with organization and cooperation; there is a need to do away with the initiation of violence.

Underneath it all, there is a general tendency in some people to be lazy and scared. We want a final arbiter or decider because we don’t want to have to work out things ourselves. Yes, it can be tricky, complicated and difficult to resolve disputes and conflicts, especially when they go into grey ares. It takes responsibility, effort and skill in dispute resolution. But can we justify outsourcing this just because we don’t feel like being more responsible? Or putting out too much effort? Or because we imagine we don’t have the skills and we don’t want to push ourselves to develop them? Can we really justify creating this fictitious seat of power, this morality-free zone, just because we feel too uncomfortable trying to work these things out ourselves? My answer is that we cannot justify it, nor can we even possibly outsource it, for every government necessarily has within it the seed of power, corruption and violence; otherwise, without the power to coerce, it would not be government.

Conclusion: Trust Our Cooperative Tendencies

In closely comparing anarchy and minarchy, it is difficult to justify the minarchist position. When you put them under the microscope, government and political authority are not legitimate; they are force. The terms limited government and government by consent are oxymorons, because there are no good examples in the real world of a government that stays limited forever, and a government never really has the consent of all its citizens, most of whom are simply born into an existing system of coercion by coincidence of birth (and taught through indoctrination to never question it).

The stateless society trusts the inherent tendency among humans (and Nature) to cooperate. Yes, there is competition in life, but the greater part is cooperation, symbiosis, trust and harmony. It is possible to find win/win solutions that don’t require the need for an outside authority, and to take that model and apply it to a whole society. To continue to believe in authority is to create a game where you may win or you may lose; it’s creating a throne or seat of power which “bad guys” can overtake. It’s well nigh time for humanity to grapple with the question of anarchy vs minarchy, to move beyond the fears which are holding us back from creating a more free society.


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Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative media / independent news site The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at, writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the worldwide conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.








bluewater April 14, 2017 - 12:26 pm

Government and Religion were created by the same Entity to Control Humanity going back to Enlil.
The Anunnaki have created a SLAVE SYSTEM and had Human Hybrids(Rothschilds,Monarchies,Pharoahs, Bloodlines)govern over humanity.
A new system is emerging,that is why so many are waking up.
The PLANET has been run on the MASCULINE PRINCIPLE for thousands of years and it is now ENDING which is WAR,AGGRESSION,EGO,GREED,SERVICE TO SELF..
You will have to make that choice soon as you have FREE WILL…to go with the MATERIALISTIC WORLD of the ROTHSCHILDS and THE MATRIX 3D that you see now OR to go with SPIRITUALITY 5D which is our DESTINY..ASCENSION and being THE POWERFUL SPIRITUAL BEING YOU HAVE ALWAYS BEEN but living in a human experience.
GOD does NOT live in a temple,building,synagogue,church,building….YOU ARE THE TEMPLE OF GOD!!!
YOUR BODY IS SACRED..take care of it..LOVE YOURSELF UNCONDITIONALLY….be kind,be good ,have GOOD THOUGHTS,do good things…BE HAPPY!!!

bluewater April 15, 2017 - 10:58 pm

Statue of Ramses II Discovered in Cairo with Elongated Head. The Pharaohs were hybrids of the ETS…
THE BUSH FAMILY LINEAGE goes back to RAMSES The 2nd and Cheney,Obama,Hillary are all related to the BUSH FAMILY. THE PISO FAMILY (BUSH LINEAGE) were the ones instrumental in ROME in writing THE BIBLE many years after CHRIST DIED!!!

A new large statue of Ramses II, with
an extremely elongated head.

A tiny humanoid resembling “Ati” from
Dr. Steven Greer’s film, ‘Sirius’.

A 2-mile-high tower visible on the trans-
Neptunian dwarf planet, Ceres.

Strange bright white spots on the
surface of Ceres’ surface.

These spots have been changing in

A huge rod-shaped object captured by
NASA’s new Horizons probe.

bluewater April 14, 2017 - 12:47 pm

Disclosure is happening !!!

Nasa announces one of Saturn’s moons could support alien life in our solar system

‘There might be alien life in our own solar system, Nasa has announced on April 13th,2017

All of the necessary things to support life have been found on one of the moons that orbits Saturn.

Enceladus has chemicals that when found on Earth tend to indicate life, suggesting that there might be living things under its icy shell.

David Icke – Saturn Isn’t What You Think It Is Either.
Ring makers of Saturn

bluewater April 14, 2017 - 1:38 pm

Talking about Europa being a body…Moon of Jupiter is called Europa too the DARK!

bluewater April 14, 2017 - 2:07 pm

We have free will and we have been manipulated and brainwashed until we don’t know what is going on around us anymore.
These numerous factions are keeping secrets from mankind, as well as each other. Alien technology has been reverse engineered and they have technological advances that have been kept from us all.
‘Full Disclosure’ would involve all the information and hideous crimes that have been inflicted on mankind
Some of these secret groups are also running human trafficking operations and paedophile rings

A British hacker has found evidence of a US Navy space fleet. He’s now facing a ten-year legal battle for breaking into NASA and US Navy computers.
It is all so outrageous, that many choose to dismiss it, because they cannot bring themselves to believe any of it, which perpetuates all this suffering.

We have to face the truth and deal with it now. No more lies and deception! We must not tolerate any more of this, we must stand up for ourselves and let our voices be heard!

bluewater April 18, 2017 - 1:33 pm

We Think We Are Humans

Sakib Ahmad April 14, 2017 - 9:10 pm

Points that occurred to me on reading this article:

1. Complexity of human nature/psyche cannot be reduced to the simplistic dichotomy of good and evil.

2. What is the purpose of existence? Is our aim in life to endure a totally materialistic exstence and to pop off into oblivion one day?

3. Is there no Creator and no life beyond this material existence? Why then live a life with moral values? Why not a totally immoral life in which you can grab as much as you can to satisfy all manner of urges and desires assailing you?

4. No human or set of humans should be accepted as rulers. The Supreme Authority is God’s. Human beings will find no real peace or happiness unless they act as God’s servants to implement Divine Laws on earth. That is the job of a Central Authority, without which we will have chaos irrespective of whichever man-made system of government we choose to live under.

5. The first FOUR Khalifahs (Agents of God and His Messenger Muhammad) in Islamic history established the ideal society for humanity. After that short period Khilafah essentially came to an end, to be replaced by dynastic monarchy though the kings kept the title of ‘Khalifah’ to deceive the Muslim ummah.

6. The Qur’an asks human beings to live a just and moral existence and strive to acquire as many of the attributes of God as possible, consistent with human existence on earth. To give humanity some idea of the Majesty and Power of God, the Qur’an associates 99 names or attributes with God, such as:

The One, The First, The Last, The Innermost, The Outermost, (one who) Envelopes all creation, The Merciful and Kind, The Just, (one who) Loves and Forgives, The Irresistible, The All-Powerful, etc.

You can see some more attributes here:

Zac April 19, 2017 - 2:36 pm

Exactly Sakib, exactly! Very well put!

Sakib Ahmad April 21, 2017 - 5:46 am

Thanks Zac.

Would be nice to know a bit about yourself.

bluewater April 14, 2017 - 11:43 pm

Her view of the state of the planet and how global finance is impacting our lives.

bluewater April 15, 2017 - 12:16 pm

TRUMPs MOAB Extermination Policy Revealed

Sara and Ester where children of Abraham from 2 different Slavewomen…
These Satanic families think they do nothing wrong.
Incest from fathers and mothers with their own children,has been done since the beginning of Time.
Just as many religions were created by those who thought they were speaking with God or today channeling God or Angelic is usually a fraud (Entities from the 4th dimension,FALLEN ANGELS)).
There are many TRUE STARSEEDS NOW clearing this out for themselves first and then passing the Truth out to others.

Freespirit April 15, 2017 - 5:51 pm

GOVERNMENTS, whether it be TRUMP, or just another PUPPET, in another country, are appealing to the LOWEST Gutter instincts of Americans and the people of this planet: Morris
Jeff Berwick

Zac April 19, 2017 - 5:13 pm

All governments are corporations and the problem is that humanity has been mind-controlled to ignore the Almighty Creator and obey the Corporate Dictator. The Globalist Novus Ordo Seclorum agenda has been highly successful in getting diabolically-influenced man’s ‘law’ to supercede Divine Natural Law. The control is so powerful that even those who rightly state that we have corporatized our humanity find themselves guilty of doing exactly that!

Zac April 20, 2017 - 8:29 am

“We need to understand the force of darkness among us, and that force of darkness is the very government we have elected and empowered to impose the darkness upon us. The better we understand it, the more we understand it, the sooner we can be free from its shackles.

“I expect, that when I die, I will do so peacefully in my bed, surrounded by people that love me, and faithful to first principles. That will not happen to everybody in this room. Some of you, particularly the young people, must be prepared to die in a government prison. And some of you, particularly the young people, must be prepared to die in a government town square, to the sound of government trumpets blaring. When the time comes, you will know what to do, because freedom lies in everyone’s heart, but it must do more than just lie there.” Judge Andrew Napolitano

Freespirit April 20, 2017 - 5:11 pm

I almost forgot to mention these DEFINITIONS from my earlier days:

“A THEORY which PROPOSES the Co-operative and Voluntary ASSOCIATION of INDIVIDUALS and Groups as the PRINCIPAL mode of an ORGANIZED SOCIETY”

AND ….


RyGuy November 10, 2018 - 1:52 am

The main flaw I’ve observed in the anarchist argument against Minarchy, is also the one thing total volunteerists have in common with Communists, and that is total failure to comprehend, (let alone take into proper account), the phenomenon of the Prato Distribution. There’s a Bell Curve for every important field and even sub field.
Dr. Peterson has pointed out via the Gulag Archipelago, that an average of 10% of farmers make close to 50% of the food, 80% of the others are medioctarians who combined barley make the other 80%, and then the BOTTOM 10% who are total losers who are completely worthless at farming and can’t even subsist on their own meager output. Lenin particularly turned these losers against the winners.
Now any Libertarian of any stripe will rightly tell you that the free market must be allowed to sort such persons out fairly, and encourage the inevitable losers to, instead of fostering resentment for the winners, to try SOMETHING ELSE, as he or she may have a different natural skill set the could make them winners or at least passable mediocrities in another field. The problem with anarchists, is that just as Marx foolishly assumed that government control to level out EVERY field into perfect equity, so Libertarian Anarchists naively assume that the markets can find a position for any skill set. But, what about people who, no matter HOW hard they honestly try, have no useful skill set whatsoever? Particularly, people with an IQ below 84?
Dr. Peterson has pointed out how grim the situation is, and how the Prato Distribution phenomenon is putting an increasingly heavy Albatross around our increasingly high tech society and market in the form of people who are not dumb enough to be legally retarded, but too dumb to do anything in the Modern world. Unless medical markets focus their resources of creating an IQ boosting treatment, like the one from “Flowers for Algernon”, (only reliable), or the drug from the film “Limitless”, (staring Bradly Cooper), unless the Markets invest heavily in that, which is something with no predictable, incentivizing returns until it’s actually done, then the Markets CANNOT help these people. Having read the “Probability Broach”, the VERY subtly implied “Solution” would be to simply “let useless retards starve”. This is a clear subset of an implicit, passive form of Eugenics. There is evidence that some forms of pathological liars do so not out of willfulness but because of a neurological defect that compels them to conflate fantasy with reality, they are merely trying to do so for their benefit. Yet the realm of the Probability Broach would largely abandon such persons to the streets rather then help them, as their condition would make them incapable of giving consent to BE helped. Anyone with such self destructive disabilities over the age of 7 would be doomed, because since they would act like they don’t want help even if they really DO. Now, maybe in the Broach world where the Whisky Rebellion won against Hamilton humans had already eventually triumphed over The causes of such ailments by 1987, BUT, it says NOTHING about how these unfortunates were handled between 1795 and whenever the cure was developed by the Free Market. It DOES say that some Minarchical government was necessary throughout the transitional phase of the 19th century until it was relegated to an extremely rare necessity throughout the 20th, and growing rarer and rarer with each passing decade. I would have to assume that that final phase of weaning us of of government for good could only have started after the more innate self destructive disabilities had been rectified.
That means that in reality, We need SOME regulations and controls to compensate for these Bell Curve problems, while we focus on liberating the medical market so that such developments can proceed unencumbered so that these burdens can be removed permanently, and everyone can confidently be trusted to be of sound mind to honestly express their needs and rights. Then, and ONLY then, can we work towards a totally free market political anarchy.

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