Argument against anarcho-capitalism

In 1830, William Lloyd Garrison's position on slavery
was regarded as "wacko"--and worse .

"If you don't ask for what you want, you'll never get it."
-- Harry Browne

Best, Michael

Yes, this is a good example of the fallacy of the appeal to the masses argument. To be clear, I wasn't using that as an argument. I only mentioned the opinions of others since Rob expressed concern for them.

Of course, the fact that the masses find something wacko (like the Charles Manson cult) doesn't mean that it isn't either. So I don't see how one could use it as a defense either.

-- Steve