Here’s the rub, even if libertarians were to do nothing more than think this idea true and say it to their fellows on occasion, that the State can be resisted as an unnecessary evil, just this thought is already a dangerous form of rebellion that undermines the culture of State power, for,  the authority of the State does not rest in its uses of aggressive force but in the people’s acceptance of that force as legitimate. The most effective tools at your disposal for delegitimizing the  State are not only your ideas but your example of living a life of liberty. Be the freedom you wish for the world.

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