In one of my other comments below. I asked "what is the simplest form of government that you could present?"
So that we can understand EXACTLY what you mean by "government?"
Because I outlined how groups of people could form contracts and honor them. That does not seem difficult to understand or explain.
But "contracts" seem far off from the idea of what most of us consider a "government." Usually for it to be considered "government," it has to be a controlling class of people, rulers; elected or otherwise.
Would you use force to stop someone from forming a government that does *NOT* impose itself upon others?
I would not use force to stop some peaceful organization that does not harm or impose upon the rights of individuals outside that organization.
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