Ultimately, what is crucial is that political electoral process change to assure that anyone who does not help limit government (the social apparatus of compulsion) will be unable to hold office for more than one term, and anyone who will not convincingly promise to help will have no hope of winning an election.
Effective term limitation without any change in the law is possible. Linked below is a one-page proposal sketching how it can be done.
The proposal describes the political side of a cultural sea change in which species now thought to be doomed will begin to flourish, and destructive species will find less support for reproduction.
Cobden & Bright, are two fictitious modern candidates for liberty (not for office) named after two good, heroic, and inspiring men who, against seemingly impossible odds, in the 1840s organized the repeal of English tariffs on the importation of basic foods to England.
Explorers Foundation does not endorse candidates, but those who do may use or modify this strategy for any view they wish to support.
http://explorersfoundation.org/archive/cobden-bright-strategy.pdf (v4.0, 15Nov17)
Article in Spanish, by John Chodes, as published by Ricardo Valenzuela:
Trevelyan's biography of Bright is inspiring reading.
August 14, 2016