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Getting from point A to point B requires at least one thing first, in my opinion.

What is point B?

If point B is a better tax system, then work in that direction can commence.

I think that point B is summed up in one word: competition.

Apply competition, for example, to a goal such as the invention, production, and maintenance of a better tax system and the way to point B can be exemplified through competitive examples that were working, are working, and can work for anyone wanting to compete, and for any group that wants to compete.

Now, these are mere words, so an exemplary case or 2, or 3, or 20, could suffice to prove how competition works to reach the goal, any goal, including the goal of reaching for competition.

Even the word competition can be defined competitively.

How about the tax system working during the time period in America between 1776 and 1788, or in between the time of the signing of The Declaration of Independence and the signing of The Constitution, if the idea is to offer a competitive example of realizing a better tax system?

The People could either pay taxes or not pay taxes at will.

They could pay taxes in Massachusetts, or they could actually, legally, execute armed marches upon the government in Massachusetts to overthrow the tyrannical government in Massachusetts, and thereby return Massachusetts to a competitive State within a Democratic Federated Republic. That was proven to be a fact, as proven by the events that were later called Shays's Rebellion.

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The People could also move to another State, in case one State had turned toward Despotism, and again that is proven to be true, by the example proven to be an example, in the case of Daniel Shays.

A Free Market of Government, where The People could pay taxes, or not pay taxes, in a strict sense of the meaning of Liberty, or freedom, as in a free market of government.

So, then, who was funding, or who has paid taxes to fund a Federal Government in that time period that can be known as a Free Market of Government, which was then called a Democratic Federated Republic, or simply called a Confederation?

Again, found, competitively, is voluntary association, or Free Market Government, as each State government was either paying for, or not paying for, joining, or not joining, said government, or Voluntary Union of Separate, Sovereign, Nation States, then numbering 13.

If INVOLUNTARY taxation is offered instead of voluntary taxation, then that is a lie, since that is not an offer, that is a robbery in progress.

Those who invest in robbery get what they pay for, and those who think that the gravy train never stops, may find their entire lives be, or become, an example of getting something for nothing, in their own minds, but for those alive there remains a day of judgment during life, as time runs out, and as the laws of diminishing returns sets in, for all but a very few of the most powerful Legal Criminals, and those investors in INVOLUNTARY taxation end up taking their turn into the meat grinder.

I don't think that a better system needs to be invented, since a voluntary one already proved to be workable, the question of how to get to Point B may yet prove to be competitive.

I've found Carl Miller's example to be instructive.

I am now listening to a competitive way back to something competitive (something voluntary) in the words offered by Frank O'Collins and David Wynn Miller.

Each individual moving in the right direction, their own way, offers each other individual moving in the right (voluntary) direction food for thought, and paths to take willfully, responsibly, at their own cost.

Accurate accounting may yet be in demand.

The game is not yet over.