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The state can only produce legislation. Real laws precede and succeed any particular state. For instance, you do not have to outlaw murder for it to be wrong. Since murder involves at least two, the only way that it could not be a crime is if both parties agreed in advance that it was beneficial and voluntary for both. It cannot be proven that both parties agreed thusly, therefore we have come to a consensus that there is a prime facie case against the murderer. We only use legislation to determine how we will deal with the perpetrator. Those sorts of rules do not need a state, just a workable voluntary dispute resolution structure.

— Kilgore Forelle


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