Comment: Addition only

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Addition only

Just to help move the discussion along, I think this post by Wilton Alston stimulates a little more in the area of services provided in the Anarchist society versus the State, but first, a short paragraph from the article:

"Thus, I am puzzled when I hear questions, even by fellow libertarians, that take the following form: "In a libertarian society, how would X work? How would problem Y be solved? What guarantees would there be that Z would/would not happen?" … The problem starts when the "viability" of freedom becomes contingent upon the "answer" to those questions. That is, if the "right" and fully satisfactory answer is not achieved (ignoring that no such answer could ever be 100% correct), then somehow the desire for liberty is lessened and statism creeps back in."