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Can someone explain to me how Communism (which requires coercion) and Anarchism (which follows the non-aggression principle) are compatible?
Never mind, I found the answer: http://mises.org/daily/2197
Thanks, Rick. I try to reply to comments when I have time, so sorry I didn't get to yours. I don't know that I would have had an answer for you. I'm not a communist (I swear), not even an anarcho one. I do think some of the critiques of property are legitimate (and I speak of left-libertarian, anarchist critiques). There are a whole lot of assumptions that right-libertarians carry with them in discussing the issue.I would suggest checking into more balanced examinations of the question that aren't from one of the more extreme positions. I'll respond in more detail later, and maybe put up a post. I would welcome any other thoughts you might have on this.
Thanks for your reply, Nikk. I'll try to find some more balanced info, but I can't seem to get past the property issue. It seems that individual rights utterly rely on the right of private property, especially self-ownership. I'd be interested to hear any critiques if you have links / vids etc;
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