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To answer your question; kind

To answer your question; kind of. Libertarians technically believe in a small government; Voluntaryists, Market-Anarchists, Anarcho-Capitalists do not believe in any government ie State. Government is different than voluntary groupings or organizations. What follows next is based of an explanation from another DP member in another comment on another post, I liked it, and modified it, so here it is:

A voluntary organization will not take your property(money) without your permission, and if you don't agree to give-up your property, the voluntary organization will not take your liberty(jail you), and if you resist being imprisoned because you refused to allow the voluntary organization take your money, the voluntary organization will not take your life(kill you); government which was created to protect your life, liberty, and property does and will do all of this. To prove it, one need only think of what would happen if one quit paying their taxes, and then what would happen if one refused to go to court, and then what would happen if one refused apprehension by the police.

The term Anarcho-Capitalist, which is almost or basically the same as Voluntaryist, was created in the 1970s by Murray Rothbard the founder of the Libertarian party; however, the modern Libertarian Party now wants to write 'good' laws instead of repeal 'bad' laws. A 'true' Constitutionalist seems more like a small el libertarian than the Libertarian party does; however, there are very few 'true' Constitutionalists, so it would seem.

Voluntaryists/Anarcho-Capitalists believe that government by its very nature of being, is Force and therefore everything it does violates the NAP by initiating force by its very existence.

I hope I answered your question somewhere in their.