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Table Of Contents

Starting with the Punch Line
Overview
Identifying the Enemy
Government Does Not Exist
Offshoots of the Superstition
Attempting to Rationalize the Irrational
The Myth of Consent
More Mythology
The Excuse of Necessity
Letting Go of the Myth
Why the Myth Is Tempting
The Religion of “Government”
Who Gave Them the Right?
Altering Morality
The Unavoidability of Judging
Effects of the Myth
The Divine Right of Politician
Following Orders
The Milgram Experiments
Teaching Blind Obedience
Making Monsters
Demonizing the Victim
What the Badge Means
Noble Motives, Evil Actions
Proudly Committing Evil
Proud to Be Robbed
Proud to Be Controlled
The Good Funding the Evil
Digging Their Own Graves
The Effects on Actual Criminals
The Sin of Non-Resistance
Imagining “Legal” Evil to Be Good
Obligation to Do Wrong
Double Standard on Violence
The Danger of Inaction
“Legalized” Aggression
Excuses for Aggression
Charity Through Violence
Advocates of Brutality
Forced Benefits
When in Doubt, Advocate Violence
“Liberal” Cowardice
“Conservative” Cowardice
True Tolerance
The Effect of the Myth on Freedom Advocates
The Rules of the Game
Legitimizing Oppression
The Libertarian Contradiction
A Mix of Wisdom and Insanity
The Contract Myth
The Solution
Reality Is Anarchy
Fear of Freedom
A World Without Rules
Thinking Differently, Talking Differently
Teaching Morality vs. Teaching Authority
No Master Plan
You Rule You, I Rule Me
A Different Society
A Different Kind of Rules
Organization Without “Authority”
Defense Without “Authority”
Deterrents and Incentives
Anarchy in Action
Anti-Authoritarian Parenting
Halfway There
The Road to Justice
Side Effects of the Myth
What Might Have Been
Accepting Reality
The Punch Line Revisited
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The most dangerous superstition
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