The Member Formerly Known As Baya Rae and I agree so much so it's often hard to see where we differ . Indeed, as The Member Formerly Known As Baya clearly and wisely states that until societal superstructures become competent enough to be functionally independent of the law, government serves as a necessary evil, a bulwark, preventing the regression of mankind into unnecessary barbaric tyranny until man wakes up from it's self-induced slavery. The law must be used as a base, a foundation, but not as a structure direction human activity, even through voluntary contracts, through force. Societies and communities must built their own independent institutions that are bound together through channels of interaction that are mutually beneficial becoming necessary for the individual progress of individuals, groups, and even peoples thereby creating a voluntary bind stronger even than force: self-interest. https://forum.encyclopediadramatica.se/attachments/The Member Formerly Known As Baya-rae-49001-jpg.17806/ The Member Formerly Known As Baya Rae, truly a mind with much gravity beneath it.