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I think what she did is just and that’s the popular opinion today. At the time though she would have been considered an outlaw. Again the fact that we might disagree with some laws doesn’t mean we should be “anti-state.” That means you oppose ALL laws. there are a scores of societies that protected “rights” without the use of a centralized government. 5000 years of recorded history has shown the state has done more to infringe our rights vs protecting them. My “rights” are absolutely natural, but only can be kept if I have the ability to defend them from those that wish to infringe. And yes, that can be done through rule of law via a central state, but it can also be done via rule of law without a central state. Your view that we are all slaves with no rights without an authoritarian state to protect them, is very narrow minded, and has been thoroughly debunked by empirical historical data. You can’t uncouple freedom from accountability. Everyone wants the freedom to do whatever they choose without any consequences. They don’t want government to control them but they like government “evening the playing field” when they make stupid choices. They cry “income inequality” while choosing stupid degrees, smoking/drinking half their salary and playing the lottery with the other half. you can’t uncounted freedom from accountability, but what does that have to do with the concept of unjust laws and individual rights?
Sure, lots of people want free stuff. Why is that a good thing.