A common objection to a purely free society is that it would quickly degenerate into constant battles between private warlords. I take on that objection and argue that freedom can’t fully suppress warlordism but it can make it costly. In any case, the addition of a state wouldn’t help. The voluntary arrangements of a private property society would be far more conducive to peace and the rule of law, than the coercive setup of a parasitical monopoly government. FULL ARTICLE
Wouldn’t the Warlords Take Over?
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