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Comment: Here's my question to you...

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Here's my question to you...

Here's my question to you... Do individuals also trespass against each other? Do they cheat, steal, lie, abuse and murder each other? If so, how is justice enforced and how are "wrongs" made right in an anarchic environment? And I'm not even suggesting an anarchic society is one where there is rioting and looting in the streets. I'm asking questions that would apply to your idealized anarchic society.

I like minimal government. One that is strictly limited by the Constitution. IMO, anarchy represents a state of instability and transition, one that is impractical because it runs counter to human experience and desire for "order" (whatever that means in each society).