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anarchovegan
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If people require a transit system, then unless there's a monopoly on violence, there will be competing services/businesses to meet that demand.
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I was using a transit system as an analogy for city, and paying the fair as taxes. A competing system would be another location with different tax rates. Freedom of movement helps.
anarchovegan
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We already have that.
Tax rates already differ.
And are still involuntary.
You think the theft keeps society together and that it's therefore not theft. Right?
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More than it funds the services the people demand. Since the people demand those services the collection of taxes to pay for them is not theft. It is payment for services rendered.