It’s likely that at least a small amount of targeted violence will be required to take down governments, so that a more liberty-centric order can supplant them. If we accept that, as distasteful as it is, then assassination marketplaces become attractive. Unlike a traditional war, assassination marketplaces don’t require that you kill tens of thousands of cops, politicians and soldiers. In order for assassination marketplaces to end the age of the state, only a few targeted individuals need be killed. For the rest, active and well-funded threats are sufficient to intimidate aggressors into remaining peaceful.
Over at Objectivist Living, Matus1976 asks When to Strike? I wonder what objective criteria … people might suggest would be a reasonable dividing line … when they themselves [feel] compelled to strike, or perhaps when we ought to be morally obligated (if ever) to strike. Perhaps we go by a general rating of economic freedom? […]