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a political theory holding all forms of governmental authority to be unnecessary and undesirable and advocating a society based on voluntary cooperation and free association of individuals and groups.

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In a society based around private property rights, original appropriation, with no state, are there any proposed methods for dealing with disputes that involve flows of air and water? (So "Muh EPA!" i …
asked Jun 20 '18 by blud
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might not prevent voters and/or politicians from ignoring, reinterpreting, or transforming it drastically? Spooner was writing from the perspective of anarchism, and his critique can be applied to any …
asked Jul 11 by blud
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I was considering posting this in the Philosophy S.E., to ask if this was an example of The Middle Ground Fallacy, but then realized that my context is entirely political. Much of federal politics in …
asked Apr 7 '18 by blud