Should political activists work within corrupt institutions in order to reform them, or should they try to affect social change only by working outside the system? Nineteenth century individualist Benjamin Tucker advocated the latter strategy, insisting that social harmony could not be achieved by cooperating with coercers.
|Other Independent Review articles by Wendy McElroy|
|Winter 2012||The Freedom to Cross a Border|
|Winter 1998||Benjamin Tucker, Liberty, and Individualist Anarchism|