Author Christopher Chase Rachels has with this book very well outline the entire path to replacing GOVERNment with a Voluntary System which many call Anarchy. He appears to be relatively young, and may be the bright shining star of our future. Now, just out, is his most remarkable book, “Spontaneous Order”, which this post is really all about!
Simon Black, the Sovereign Man: “A few weeks ago the Board of Trustees of Social Security sent a formal letter to the United States Senate and House of Representatives to issue a dire warning: Social Security is running out of money.
Given that tens of millions of Americans depend on this public pension program as their sole source of retirement income, you’d think this would have been front page news…
In case any reader still clings to the platitude that the American political system is based on the proposition that ours is “a society of laws, and not of men,” I urge you to pay close attention to the events of recent years. Political behavior does not exist in abstractions, such as the “state,” or the “government,” or a “constitution,” but is activity engaged in by such men and women who find the machinery of state power a useful device for accomplishing ends that they value. Those who desire to control others through access to the tools of violence that define the state, have rationales to convince their intended victims of the “rightness” of their rule.
Better off Stateless: Somalia before and after government collapse Author: Peter T. Leeson George Mason University. MSN 3G4. Fairfax, VA 22031), USA Received 22 May 2007; revised 30 September 2007 Could anarchy be good for Somalia’s development? If state predation goes unchecked government may not only fail to add to social welfare, but can actually […]