Comment: So i listed these books before, but i will list them again

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So i listed these books before, but i will list them again

To Serve and Protect: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice, by Bruce Benson

http://www.amazon.com/Protect-Political-Economy-Austrian-Sch...

Enterpise law: Justice without the state, by Bruce Benson

http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-Law-Justice-Without-State-e...

The art of not being governed, by James C Scott

http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-Not-Being-Governed/dp/03001691...

I have a quite a few other books and articles that I would like to share with you, but these should suffice for now as I am sure you have plenty to do, and you don't plan on reading any of these anytime soon.

Point of note. Once someone does not have access to a community because they have been boycotted, they no longer have access to the community legal apparatus, and thus no longer have any restitution in crimes committed against them. To murder someone who has been ostracized would result in not result in any recourse.

The Mozilla example was just to point out the effectiveness of community/The market acting voluntary to punish someone for unacceptable behavior.

In regards to your interpretation of history, I believe you are dead wrong. I have offered good academic arguments that say otherwise. If you don't agree with their scholarship, that's fine, we can argue that later. But I am not going to sit here and argue history.

I want to reiterate that if there is material that you would like to recommend to me that is pertinent to the discussion, I would love to take a look.

Séamusín