It has occurred to me recently that people who feel that government infringes on their liberty should think about how the 'Indians' must have felt.
Do they think, some of them anyway, 'you know what, the Indians had it about right'? Because they didn't have much government. Of course, they didn't need much. Few people, lots of space, even the biggest nations were homogeneous enough to make Hitler drool. Who needs government in those circumstances?
But then, along came the Europeans, with their organized society and their government and their Army, infringing on the Indians' rights, in a pretty big way. What do the Libertarians think about that?
I'm pretty sure there's no going back, though, is there?