Kim Stanley Robinson Quote

Even if you want no state, or a minimal state, then you have to argue point by point. Especially since the minimalists want to keep the economic and police system that keeps them privileged. That's libertarians for you — anarchists who want police protection from their slaves. No! If you want to make the minimum-state case, you have to argue it from the ground up.


Coyote ("What Is to Be Done?", p. 370) - Green Mars (1993)

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Even if you want no state, or a minimal state, then you have to argue point by point. Especially since the minimalists want to keep the economic and...

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Even if you want no state, or a minimal state, then you have to argue point by point. Especially since the minimalists want to keep the economic and...