Thucydides’ Law

Thucydides’ Law
“Ultimately, there are only two ways to organize society, either by voluntary action on the part of individuals or by force. If the latter is chosen, the only entity that has the capacity to exert that magnitude of force is the state. If you believe that voluntary action is the principled way to order markets and associations in a manner consistent with natural liberty, then you have no choice but to oppose state coercion.” Column by Duane Colyar.


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