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But their promise of community masks a whole other layer of control — an organizing, siphoning, coercive force with its own private purposes.
More broadly, libertarians fail to grapple with the reality that, for most individuals in an advanced society, the most coercive force in day-to-day life isn’t the state, but the boss.
But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia.
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