Philosopher Robert Nozick famously argued that the individuals natural right to life and property does not preclude the legitimacy of the state, as individualist anarchists would claim. Unfortunately, his argument failed to deal properly with moral objections to the states prohibition of peoples enforcement of their own rights.
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