Look at what we've done since we left the trees. Our creativity may be unlimited. But we tend to change when change is a matter of life or death. So to be here and convince you of every steps we should take to end the state, it's a little bit useless. But we can theorize all we want, because there may be infinite ways to deal with these things. But if you say force is the answer, there is no more argument, no more reason, no more creativity. It's just like saying God is the answer. Look at what we accomplished when we started to accept that we don't have all the answers. It's the same with force. God was an excuse for force, now the excuse is the poor and the greater good. I believe that when we create a free society, the explosion of accomplishments is going to be unimaginable by now (like the USA was in the beginning).
But we can theorize. I believe we should privatize everything. I think there is no doubt about the cost effective, quality and diversity of products made by private companies destroying by far the same government products.
Beginning with school. That horrible schools that traumatize kids. What everyone says is because it's free, it's good. But of course nothing is free, and that argument should end there. If government didn't use taxes to finance the public school, all private schools would lower their price, and the same story with student loans. School, like everything, is a business, and when schools don't have access to cheats (taxes) that guaranties them, they are forced to change, or they would go broke, because no one would want to go there. And I think that logic can be applied to every battle between private vs government.
Now to have a society without government force. David Friedman has a great theory to abolish police. In the US, a great number of cops are now from private companies, because they have far more quality and are more affordable. In a free society you could have security agencies, that you contract to protect you. Instead of contact the police, you contact the companies by their quality service. For these agencies to have success, it's useful if the crimes are reduced, because it costs money. When you are robbed, your agency would investigate, and if the robber is from another agency, to minimize the costs, the two agencies would reach a deal, and go to the court.
The private court system could work by the same logic, but I don't know much of courts to theorize about it.
So if the robber is guilty, he have to return the stolen things and pay a fine. And if it doesn't hold him from rob again, he would be sent to a place, like prison where force is legal. We cannot imagine that contrast, between a free society where force is banned, and a society where force in legal. But if our kids were born at that time, it should be very scary to them. It should be like to be release in the middle of a jungle.
One last thing that is said to be more difficult to privatize is the army. I think it's difficult because it's the line between a free society and a coerced society. First, a free society should be more productive than any other, and all nations would benefit from them. Second all people from other coerced nations, would want to run to that free society, like it was with the Berlin wall. That society could become so powerful that if you assemble an army to invade it, you would face a major disband. Third, the people in the free society, are more deeply strong that any other nation, and the aggressiveness to defend their freedom, should be overwhelming to any attacker army. Fourth, the language of a free society, is business. And like the US learned, it's the best way of conquering the world.
The essential thing is the motivation, so compare the motivation of the government workers with the private workers, is obvious which is the better. Stop trying to imagine a society without profit. Everything has a cost, and if that cost isn't well payed, we have a dysfunctional society like the soviets. Profit is law in the free market society, and everyone has a say on that. But that is only my view.