Bryan Caplan har funderat på hur transitionsproblemet ska överkommas:
Suppose you accept that radical libertarianism would be a big improvement over the status quo, and stable once established. How do we get from here to there?
Han räknar upp och avfärdar revolution, övertalning, infiltration, ”coordinated movement to change the median voter” och nybyggarsamhällen. I stället landar han i:
6. Strategic fertility. Standard twin methods find that political philosophy and issue views (though not party labels) are at least moderately heritable. But wait, there’s more: Since there’s strong assortative mating for political agreement, standard methods seriously understate the heritability of politics. The upshot is that if libertarians can get and keep their birth rates well above average, liberty will actually be popular in a century or two. And even if this plan to free the world fails, it will still create a bunch of awesome people.