I know the first question any statist asks when discussing the abolition of the State, “But, who will build the roads?”
At first glance, this seems like a real clincher of a problem. Though I may not be able to describe detailed solutions, I know we have the tools right now to overcome the problem, or at least start down the correct path.
While researching this topic, I came across another good question: Private policing and private roads: A Coasian approach to drunk-driving policy. That certainly sounds interesting.
Of course, we have borders. That opens up a whole emotional battlefield of issues, but I am not well versed on them. What kinds of questions or philosophies are there to opening up travel across borders?
What about licensing? Once again, I have heard plenty of arguments about licensing, but they are subjects I need to explore more. Do you have any thoughts about that?
What am I missing? I’m sure there are plenty of other good topics. I would really love to hear from you.
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