FSP is not starting out as an anarchy. It will attempt to legally take over the existing government of the target state. The goal will apparently be to reduce the size of government so as to prevent it from violating the peoples'
rights. Depriving it of tax money will go a long way towards accomplishing this. Now, if, after getting this far towards the goal of a Free State, we see that the existing size and degree of government can be reduced even further, thus reducing government's ability to oppress us, wouldn't we be stupid not to do so? You only need a government to force people to do or not do something, thus reproducing the situation we now have in the USA--a plethora of special interest groups of varying sizes, each trying to convince the government to force everyone else to think, say, or do what they want. I forget who said this, but "anyone who wants a powerful state either is, or else plans to be, the State." And every degree in between a powerful state and ANY state. It amazes me that otherwise intelligent people can actually think that only the government can supply, e.g. law enforcement, domestic security, roads, bridges, etc. Remember, most of the tax money the government extorts from us is used for propping up the state--not providing services. The only 2 things I can think of that government can do better than the private sector is (1) piss away large amounts of money, and (2) get innocent people killed.