How do we get from here to there?
Agorism, education, civil disobedience, political action; each benefits from the others.
Awareness of slavery is crucial to squashing it.
A problem with agorism is that most see underground markets as illegitimate and scary.
Political action, while derided by agorism, can serve as a method of change, albeit slow and difficult. Government did not become massive overnight, and to expect it to become tiny overnight is naive.
Education, through direct interaction of individuals as well as through the media, should only be the first step toward greater action.
Civil disobedience definitely brings issues to the forefront. Without a solid vocal minority backing up the civilly disobedient, though, how could it accomplish much?
“Under a government which imprisons unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison.”
— Henry David Thoreau
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