If nobody was willing to work for the state, it would cease to exist at once.
This solution to making a libertarian world happen has a couple of advantages:
1. It is moral.
2. It is bloodless.
3. It is simple.
I find it puzzling that some libertarians (among them prominent scholars) are still on government payroll. While advocating free societies, founded on the non-aggression axiom (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-aggression_principle), they still choose to be rather part of the problem, not the solution.
It could be argued that by holding a post at a prestigious state university you can get the libertarian message to more people – but how true is the message if the messenger denies it by his actions?
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