---tsoon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I should lay my cards on the table. I'm more of a Milton Friedmanite
than > a
> David Friedmanite. If we could start from scratch I would be a
> anarchist. However, while I find D. Friedman's utilitarian arguments
> libertarian anarchism convincing, I also heed Popper's warnings that
> minimise avoidable suffering and slowly 'test the waters' with
I don't recall David Friedman advocating an abrupt change to Anarcho Capitalism. In fact, I'm not aware of him making any attempt to propose a transition from our current situation to Anarcho Capitalism. This is what is lacking in his writings. I'm still waiting for someone to make a decent proposal. I suppose slowly selling off all of the governments assets and repaying previous tax payers is a good start. If your saying Popper has made a decent proposal for this transition, I'd like the references so I could read him. I've been waiting for this.