Most people aren't prepared for the costs of anarchy. They see the social approach as more efficient and they are right. The problem comes at the break-down of cooperation. Today your home is in a place with police, laws, order, and so on. Tomorrow it might not be. At that point, you will pay the cost of anarchy one way or another whether you like it or not. That's the risk you take with the cooperative approach. Unfortunately, it's an infrequent risk, vs. the constant cost of maintaining individual security. Over a lifetime, the cooperative approach (With infrequent breakdowns) will be less expensive for most people than the self-sufficient approach. That means it's very hard to convince them to spend the extra money, time, and inconvenience needed to support the infrastructure of anarchy.
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