Comment: But if you ask any anarcho-capitalist...

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But if you ask any anarcho-capitalist...

...they think they've met that burden, and in a sense they're right. They have provided a coherent vision of a stateless society with competitive security provision, and they've successfully defeated all criticisms leveled against that vision by minarchists.

For example, one of the arguments you use, that there have always been states throughout history, therefore the state is inevitable, is a fallacy. And anarcho-capitalists can point out that it's a fallacy.

"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."