It's a surprisingly difficult article to find and, somehow, the only places I've been able to find it is on leftist websites. This is ironic, as it is essentially taking the legitimate tools of the lest and turhing them to the ends of liberty and justice. The main thrust of the article is about a practical and principled solution to "public" property (ie. state property) in the hypothetical case of an orderly dissolution of government.
Everyone, even those who know Rothbard, ought to read this article, as it presents a solution very similar to my own when people ask about what would happen to existing state infrastructure and corporations that are in bed with the state in an anarchist world.
Confiscation and the Homestead Principle is a work that ought to be published right alongside For a New Liberty, maybe even as an appendix. There is a certain dry irony to the essay, as it essentially takes the kernel of truth hidden in marxism and sets it in the greater framework of anarcho-capitalism, exactly where it belongs. There is a veiled but undeniable call for what amounts to the proletariat to occupy and overthrow the state's management of their places of work, much as there is in Marx's works. Unlike Marx, though, Rothbard points out that such a repossession is not one centered on vengeance, labor theory, or class warfare, but instead on the basic principles of property rights and calling out the state on its rhetoric concerning "public property".