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actually, within an

actually, within an anarchical society, groups of people would have the right to voluntarily form their own "governments" with their own rules as long as they weren't violating other peoples rights outside of the group. The only issue would be that children born under those governmental societies would be subject to whatever rules were in place by that society. So, unfortunately there would still be violations of rights of the children in those societies but the good news is they would be able to escape at any time and come to the free, anarchical world where they would be treated with respect. Sort of the same idea as we can't go and invade and take over every country that has human rights abuses. Part of libertarianism is allowing people to make their own mistakes and learn from them and setting the example of how to live.

f___ all forms of govt.