A good article by Nathan Kreider posted on Being Libertarian says the “line between order and chaos is not as clear as many assume.” The Just Vote No Blog recommends that article as means of dispelling a misconception on the nature of order and chaos.
It is true, the laws by government can enforce order. But at the same time, there are many examples (continuously pointed out by libertarians) that certain laws can disrupt an already existing order, producing chaos. And when law becomes excessive, creating a needlessly bureaucratic mess, this is far more chaotic than a system with fewer, simpler laws.
Truer words were never spoken. Read More of Nathan Kreider’s article.