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In this paper, we argue that Rothbard's version of the non-aggression principle, in conjunction with his account of self-ownership, is flawed. He interprets several acts that should be considered legal as criminal. First, he allows a three-year child to run away from his non-abusive parents and criminalizes the latter if they forcibly prevent this. Second, this author prohibits parents from forcing their two-yearold child to eat and drink, or have his diaper changed, when the baby refuses. Wedoi:10.12709/mest.06.06.02.18 fatcat:elwlzhzfh5cr7kg7nyb7lrw5zm