Coercion, Public Opinion, Response

How does a small group (a) maintain coercive control over a much larger group (b)? First, there is public opinion. (a) cannot treat (b) uniformly. (a) must decipher within (b) sub-classes. If (a) can create animosity or division between sub-classes in (b), we will call them (b1), (b2) and (b3), then (a) can divide the …

Some Rules of Puritanical Libertarianism (PL)

PL says no to initiated aggression (it is important to distinguish between initiated aggression and aggression that is a response to aggression. The implications are many. A few related to contemporary time and space. Implications? No taxation. This would not remove the need to spend on services such as security or dispute arbitration. It would …