Category Archives: Statless society

Why We should Abandon the State

Many people otherwise favoring unfettered freedom will qualify their position with an inevitable “but” — “but we need government to provide physical security and dispute resolution, the most critical services of all.” Really? I wish I had a Federal Reserve … Continue reading

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Why the Fuss About National Borders?

Look at a world map and ponder: Every one of those “national borders” were drawn there as a result of force or violence—conquest, war, etc. Knowing that, why does a common howl almost always go up when a stateless society … Continue reading

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Statelessness: They Say it Like it’s a Bad Thing

For two centuries, anarchists have treated the state as a cancer. Maybe we were wrong. Maybe it was actually a viable organ. But if so, it is now a vestigial organ — humanity’s appendix, if you will. It serves no worthwhile … Continue reading

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Thinkers Who Challenged the State

Anyone even remotely interested in being free should read this essay from top to bottom. — jtl, 419 by David Gordon via the Mises Daily This essay is adapted from David Gordon’s talk at the Costa Mesa Mises Circle. Click here to register for January’s Houston Mises Circle. I’m glad … Continue reading

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How To Defend Yourself

The reaction of a free territory is distinctly different. There is no government which makes one decision. Instead, there are numerous institutions and individuals who choose their own defense strategy, either independent of or in cooperation with others, each in … Continue reading

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