Disputants would be far better off if they could choose among competing arbitration agencies and thereby reap the benefits of competition and specialization.
Morris and Linda Tannehill
Many people ask, "But how in the world could a laissez-faire society deal with aggression by foreign nations, since it would have no government to protect it?" Behind this question are two unrealized assumptions.
When a man is required to "rent" his own property from the government by paying property taxes, he is being forbidden to fully exercise his right of ownership. He is forced into the position of a lessee.