When force is introduced into a transaction, one person loses something he values more than what he's getting
Taxes are like this.
[For example, we would value the tax money we have to give to schools more than the benefit of the schools because we homeschool.]
"Scientific law permits effective economic calculation + progress."
[So political law doesn't?]
The West was actually more law-abiding than the cities because there are more people to attack in cities.
America is more of an idea than a place.
At the end of the book, I will have her look over her notes on all the chapters and write a paper on what she learned and what she agrees/disagrees with.