When arguing over basic matters of justice in the face of unjust political privilege, the so-called "middle way" or "moderate" approach is tantamount to lying prostrate before a mighty throne of injustice. Sometimes a radical spirit is necessary to alert the people of an impending tyranny.
In this light, Rothbard's words inspire me:
"The true test, then, of the radical spirit, is the button-pushing test: if we could push the button for instantaneous abolition of unjust invasions of liberty, would we do it? If we would not do it, we could scarcely call ourselves libertarians, and most of us would only do it if primarily guided by a passion for justice.
The genuine libertarian, then, is, in all senses of the word, an 'abolitionist'; he would, if he could, abolish instantaneously all invasions of liberty, whether it be, in the original coining of the term, slavery, or whether it be the manifold other instances of State oppression. He would, in the words of another libertarian in a similar connection, 'blister my thumb pushing that button!'"