Comment 26653

By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted September 19, 2008 at 23:29:21

LL, in a stateless (or at least small government) society, neighbors have a way of coming to each others aid in times of trouble. In fact, in a stateless society, local communities grow tighter because of their reliance on each other.

In a stateless society, citizens are not barred from protecting themselves with guns of their own.

In a stateless society, justice becomes more proactive about stopping problems before they begin. Therefore, people who think they can bully others, may have to face the wrath of the majority.

Not jails, but actual physical confrontations for people who want to hurt others. In this way, problem makers have two choices, act in accordance to the majority's will, or buy a lot of health insurance.

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