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About Liu's book, many known knowns are a bit askew. Take the Second Amendment. It's really not that hard. There is undoubtedly a presumption that self-defense and hunting are basic rights, and guns are an essential part of those rights. On the other hand, local laws concerning how weapons can be used, carried, and stored are common. But even more problematic for anarchists is the fact that the militia mentioned in the second amendment was not voluntary. The militia acts said so.
"But, in practice, its scope is limited to satisfying the demands of the rich, by ensuring the efficient use of those things that just so happen to command a market price."
This is great as a criticism of the status quo. Not so much as a guidepost for reform that shifts more purchasing power away from the rich: EITC, CTC, rebated tax on net CO2 emissions, partial tax credits instead of deductions, higher marginal personals income tax rates.