Introduction as to How a Voluntary Society Could Function
2013-10-29 0:00

By David Kramer | LewRockwell

For those of you minarchists who are on demand feeding, this video gives an excellent introduction as to how the only legitimate government services (i.e., security, arbitration, incarceration) might be handled by the free market in a voluntary society. As the creator of the video himself states, the ideas presented in the video are only a start. Since a voluntary society in modern times has never been tried, we don’t know exactly what the structure of property protection services would eventually be like. (Remember that the people who built the ENIAC computer back in the 1940s could have barely imagined that 60 years later, someone like me would be sitting at an exponentially smaller, faster, and cheaper computer than the one they had built—instantaneously communicating with people around the entire planet.)






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