Guest post by MarketAnarchy.com.
You already believe in voluntary interactions; I’d be willing to bet that 95% of your life, or more, is made of purely voluntary interactions. You probably talk to other people peacefully, you trade voluntarily, and you get whatever it is you want from life without forcing other people to obey you or without being forced to obey others. It’s only when the State is concerned that this changes. Democracy makes us fight each other to get our laws passed before the “other side” does the same thing. Democracy divides society and makes for bad neighbours. Voluntary action makes for good neighbours who share interests instead of fight for them.
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