A right cannot be violated except by physical force. One man cannot deprive
another of his life, nor enslave him, nor forbid him to pursue his happiness,
except by using force against him. Whenever a man is made to act without his
own free, personal, individual, voluntary consent—his right has been violated.
Therefore, we can draw a clear-cut division between the rights of one man and
those of another. It is an objective division—not subject to differences of
opinion, nor to majority decision, nor to the arbitrary decree of society. No
man has the right to initiate the use of physical force against another man.