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Comment: This is merly a confusion based on how we are

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This is merly a confusion based on how we are

using words.

By definition an AC society is one were people do not accept that others have the "right to impose force" upon others (this is part of a larger definition).

So to say that an AC society uses "force" to stop people from forming government is a illogical statement. Once people are forming government it is no longer an AC society because it is now considered that some people have the right to impose force on others. You cant have a AC society that uses force. So yes an AC society cannot use force to stop people from forming governments but if people formed governments then it is no longer a AC soceity.

AC society + force = Illogical statement (not an AC society)

Government+AC society = Cannot exist because they are contradictory terms.

Does that make sense?