The rejection of anarchism is mostly due to a basic misunderstanding of this peaceful philosophy.
The first most common argument against anarchism: “Without government, who will build the roads?”
Back before abolition, this question would be similar to, “Well, without slaves, who would pick the cotton?” To put it simply, the same people who build them now — private companies. Government simply acts as the middle man by contracting out the work and much time and money is wasted when they act as the facilitator. Simply put, people already pay for roads by way of coercive taxation, and since they are a necessity (demand), entrepreneurs will be incentivized to supply them.
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