The "There has never been a successful anarchist society" argument is a non sequiturSubmitted by dwalters on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 22:49
As a proponent of anarcho-capitalism, I've noticed some try to make the argument - "Anarchism can't work because there is no successful historical example." While this may or may not be the case, it is irrelevant. Before the Wright Brothers, people said the exact same thing about human flight.
"Humans can't fly. It's been tried before. Every one of them failed."
That argument, while prevalent, is likely the most bunk of them all.