For those who have taken on the anarchism philosophy or those considering it, what is/was your stumbling block? Most people when considering a society without government usually come across a point where they think, "but what about x"? Where x could be roads, national defence, intellectual property, welfare for the needy, law and order, land rights, etc, etc. Most people usually have at least one thing that they can't imagine working without a central authority. For me, it was law and order. I just couldn't see how it would work and certainly didn't feel comfortable advocating it without knowing there was a way it could work. Then eventually I came across the work of David Friedman and I was sold. I could see a way for true justice in our society. Not perfect by any means, but far superior to what we have today. And from there it was no turning back. Land rights was also something I wasn't sure about for a long time. For those who have taken on the idea of a voluntary society (or whatever you want to call it) or even for those currently just considering it as an idea, What is/ or what was the stumbling block holding you back?