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i wasn't going to dispute

i wasn't going to dispute you, but ya had to quote a clown like david friedman...

while the Comanche were certainly awesome, fierce and majestic expression of humanity, they were definitely not imaginary anarchists. just some wiki snippets...

Historically, the Comanches were hunter-gatherers with a horse culture. There may have been as many as 45,000 Comanches in the late 18th century.[3] They were the dominant tribe on the Plains and often took captives from weaker tribes during warfare, selling them as slaves to the Spanish and later Mexican settlers.
... their population increased dramatically because of the abundance of buffalo, an influx of Shoshone migrants, and the adoption of significant numbers of women and children taken captive from rival groups.
...The Comanche had stolen many of the horses from other tribes and settlers; they earned their reputation as formidable horse, and later, cattle thieves. Their stealing of livestock from Spanish and American settlers, as well as the other Plains tribes, often led to war.
...they were, at one time or another, at war with virtually every other Native American group living in the Great Plains, leaving opportunities for political maneuvering by European colonial powers and the United States.
...In times of war, the band selected a war chief. To be chosen for this position, a man had to prove he was a brave fighter. He also had to have the respect of all the other warriors in the band. While the band was at war, the war chief was in charge, and all the warriors had to obey him.

but thanks, you've re-sparked my interest in reading more about American indians, even though none of them were anarcho-anything. the reason you might think they are anarcho-something was because they lived in a culture that had not yet adopted private property or capital production, and so did not have any need for government in the sense settled agricultural and urban cultures had. but they were organized for hunting and warfare, and behaved in no way in accord with principles of political anarchism.