Good points....I think you are being fair with this summary in that you recognize this idea has problems. Not so much from those who volunteer for this style but from those on the outside.
I would think the anarchist would build coalitions with restrained government advocates. Seems as though that was an important ingredient to the Pennsylvania experiment.
I live in Indiana and see religious anarchist fitting in. They dont have the purity they seek but have enough to prove their system viable.
Seems like a better way than calling out all advocates of restrained government as supporting tyranny. It is my view we need each other, but at the end of the day one cant win without the other. The US is too big for anarchy, in my view. Only the Constitutionalists will give you your own area to experiment with your philosophy........In my View
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