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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

More New Mental Levers — Statism and Statist Myths

Eleven new mini-articles, with arguments you can use.

Statists and Statism

When you share the libertarian message, you get questions — even objections. Here are more short answers. These Mental Levers help make your job easier. With them, you can quickly say just the right thing. We use these tools on social media, all the time.

And now, we have eleven more new mini-articles to share with you. To read any single one, click the link below. If you want to read them all, click the first link, and then use the Next Mental Lever button at the top of each article.

What do libertarians mean by the terms statist and statism?

Who are the left-statists and right statists?

Is The State the country?

Are society and community the same thing as The State?

Is The State a form of cooperation?

What do libertarians propose as the the alternative to state coercion?

Can The State counteract selfishness and greed?

Do free riders justify initiated force?

Can any particular good outcome justify The State?

How should The State be evaluated?

Can The State be controlled?

Take a look. These articles average only a couple hundred words each. You can go through all of them quite quickly.

ZAP The State and have a nice day,

Jim Babka & Perry Willis
Co-creators, the Zero Aggression Project

By: Jim Babka

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