Eran wrote: After all, juries may well choose to convict trespassers or non-rent-paying tenants.
Sure. They could do that.
Benjamin Tucker changed his views anyway. He became a Stirnerite Egoist at some point in his life.
Benjamin Tucker wrote:In times past, when, though already an Egoist and knowing then as now that every man acts and always will act solely from an interest in self, I had not considered the bearing of Egoism upon the question of obligation, it was my habit to talk glibly and loosely of the right of man to the land. It was a bad habit, and I long ago sloughed it off. Man’s only right over the land is his might over it. If his neighbor is mightier than he and takes the land from him, then the land is his neighbor’s until the latter is dispossessed in turn by one mightier still.
We agree that the state isn't required for capitalism to operate, provided only that capitalist property rules enjoy broad public support.
You happen to agree with Benjamin Tucker. Yes.