""Governments wage war. The power of life that they may claim in running hospitals or feeding the poor is just the mirror image of the power of death that they also claim ? in filling those hospitals with wounded and in devastating lands on which food could be grown. ?But man is aggressive,? right and left chant from the depths of their pessimism. And, to be sure, he is. But if he were left alone, if he were not regulated into states or services, wouldn't that aggression be directed toward conquering his environment, and not other men?" A classic by the late Karl Hess, first published by Playboy in March 1969."