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  •  Max Hill

    Minarchists, help me to understand you.

    I didn’t really pass through minarchism on my way to anarchism, so I’ve never fully understood your world view. Help me to understand it. Your belief that some services are best provided publicly is entirely compatible with a voluntaryist world view as long as participation in your “state” is voluntary. In principle, you could have a communist community existing within a voluntary society. My question is: Are you voluntaryists who advocate establishing such a community on justly acquired land and exclusively with people who want to participate? Or do you believe that it is justifiable to impose your minimal state on people like me who don’t want it? If it’s the former, then there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between your proposal and mine. I probably wouldn’t participate in your voluntary state, but I have no problem with it existing as long as you aren’t forcing it on others. If it’s the latter, then you and I have almost nothing in common philosophically, even if we occasionally come to the same conclusions.

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  •  Ethan Shukis

    Mandatory education or voluntary?

    Should education be a mandatory thing, or does the coercion of how it is in the U.S a violation of our rights? Even in the case of a voluntary city, should mandatory education be seen as such, or would it make sense for people to demand it for their city. The bigger picture I’d also like to discuss is: What is the best form of education, structured, unstructured, or encouraging? These are the terms I think of, and I’ll define them.   Structured: we have curriculum which dictates what is generally taught or only taught. Could be the system we have now(nationalized), or private schools/charter schools, or even homeschooled. Just specify which you prefer.   Unstructured: Kids are taught by parents or teachers, but they have no set curriculum and are guided by what they or the teacher decide to be interested in. Or there could be no formal education in this category, and kids learn only through happenstance or someone making the decision to educate them.   Encouraging: Kids have a curriculum they learn by when they start school, but then branch to specific categories to learn in these fields of their choosing. This system would avoid unnecessary education to the kit/teen, but you run the risk of them choosing something prematurely.   Or you could come up with a different system. I’m really curious what the Libertarian perspectives are in regards to this. Thanks

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  •  Ricky Peter Newins

    What is the next best system to Voluntaryism/Anarchism? (apart from minarchism)

    I would argue decentralized direct democracy with administrators of public will (as opposed to politicians) who would outsource the various public projects to the best providers from the free market.

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  •  Jorge Trucco

    European anarcho-capitalist movement: is there any?

    I’m seeing a lot of wonderful growth in the libertarian Anarcho-Capitalist movement in North and South America. But I’m not seeing European anarcho-capitalist movements. I would like to know about European AnCap libertarians.  Does anybody know?

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  •  Flagship Freedom

    Flagship Freedom Podcast

    Hello Liberty Community! We wanted to introduce ourselves as the latest liberty-based podcast to join the net. We recently chatted with Jeffery in an episode we will be releasing next week and he suggested we join the site to say hello, to meet fellow liberty-minded folks, and share our content with you! Here’s the most recent episode released today! Feel free to get a hold of us and let us know what you think! In their most controversial episode yet, Danny and Michael arrive very late to the party to plumb the depths of the possibly well-intentioned, though likely intellectually faulty social justice movement and find they have very different opinions as to why the movement exists.

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