I've found through life experience and through extensive reading of
philosophy that "coercion" tends to be in the eye of the beholder.
Those who spin the right rhetoric and grease the right palms in
regards to their view of coercion get to create things we now
call "laws". Those of you that own a house or property and are
sure of your right to keep people out(because of laws,rights,etc.)
might want to ask a decendant of an American Indian what his
view on your "property rights" are.