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Mike Hunt was itching for an ideological fight way back when he was an undergraduate in a small rural university - the one Richard Walsh called “The Van Winkle University”.

Safe and sleepy it was, full of permanently drunk Rural Science students called Hanrahan, and village idiots with small-town minds.

The largest club at his university was the Social Apathy Group but only because no-one could be bothered to opt out of membership.

So as an inquisitive student he was somewhat under-challenged by his peers.

He studied Psychology, Sociology and History. He investigated government in all its hues and came eventually to the conclusion that, historically or ideologically, no government was a good government.

As a result he opted for no government and set about examining the implications.

He has yet to find any that are worse than the realities of any form of government, especially nowadays.

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