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I disagree that living without a government makes people more free. It may seem like it but actually there would be so many problems of violence, stealing and taking away of people's rights because there would be no authority to enforce laws and punishments.
Again, you assert that there can be no law without government (or "authority"). This makes little sense to me because under the present system people are tried by their own peers, not by the government. The responsibility to try alleged criminals is a collective one and the government's only involvement is to delegate enforcement. If the public is capable of deciding whether a defendant is guilty then it is equally capable of enforcing the decision.
If we did not have a government humans would react in negative ways towards the smallest inconveniences that did not go their way, and violence would break out since there would be no laws preventing it.
Your argument seems to be founded on the assertion that there can be no law without government. I think your assertion is false.
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