Practical Anarchy is a book by Stefan Molyneux written in 2008. It was preceded by Everyday Anarchy, and followed by Achieving Freedom. In the first part of the book Molyneux establishes several principles and a methodology for the rest of the book. In the second part of the book the reasoning is discussed, with a large section devoted to frequently asked questions about anarchism, as well as arguments against the state and arguments for alternatives to government. In the third part of the book Molyneux provides examples of various alternatives that could be possible in a stateless society, such as roads, health care, and money. The last part draws conclusions and argues for a future free from Government.