Scifi books that depict extreme libertarian, minarchist, or anarchist societies?

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MechAg94:
Okay, I reread your question.  I realized almost none of my suggestions really fit.

BakerMikeRomeo:
Quote from: lee n. field on August 07, 2007, 03:13:21 PM

Years ago?  You must not be very old.


At the time of this writing, I'm only 20. I think I read The Cassini Division and The Stone Road either at the beginning of high school or some time during middle school.

But yeah, didn't get a lick of 'em. I need to find all four and read them in the right order, I guess.

~BakerMike

Sindawe:
Aside from the noted "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" and the works of L. Neil Smith, one the comes to mind in this vein is Voyage from Yesteryear.  Great tale about a planet full of hippies and their conflicts with the Humans from Earth.

fistful:
Quote from: Sindawe on August 07, 2007, 04:28:46 PM

a planet full of hippies


Nuke it from orbit.  That atmo would NOT be breathable. 

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