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One of the big questions that comes up when people explore the possibility of a free market for the protection of rights wherein individuals are free to hire private agencies in place of what we now commonly refer to as ‘law enforcement’ operating through State imposed monopoly, is a question about the possibility of conflict between competing rights protection agencies and how they would deal with each other to settle disputes.

According to Friedman there is a way of enforcing contracts without resorting to government, and he bases his explanation on what economists sometimes refer to as the discipline of constant dealings.

David Friedman is an economist, political philosopher, and the author of many books including The Machinery of Freedom, wherein he lays the groundwork for a society based exclusively on voluntary transactions.

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