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In response to some off-line feedback asking for more information about our note that "any government law can ultimately be enforced only by violence," here are a few references with explication in more depth on this point:
It is also worth noting that this connection is explicit in the term "law enforcement" and the definition of "government" as a means by which organizational policies are enforced. Indeed, one may consider the thought experiment of disagreeing with a government versus disagreeing with a colleague to see which one ultimately leads to violence.
For a more fun read on this concept, Penn Jillette asks, "Would you use a gun to build a library or paint a picture?"