>From: KPJ <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: what if microsoft disobeyed the breakup?
>Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 13:30:58 +0200
>It appears a if Billy Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>|If your analysis is correct, the very concept of anarcho-capitalism is
>|fundamentally flawed. Any society based on personal freedom must be built
>|the presumption that individuals are largely capable of making their own
>|decisions, and that leaving them free to do so is the best available
>|approach to running an economy. If, OTOH, individuals are fools and
>|experts can make better decisions than the markets, then the technocratic
>|socialists are right to demand control of the economy.
>Anarcho-capitalism seems to require a society based on personal freedom.
>However, since the current societies do not fall into that cathegory.
>A company actually creates a mini-state with its own hierarchical
>Since companies buy and sell the stuff, it seems only natural to me that
>anarcho-capitalism will not work too well in that environment.
Thank you. My point in 10% the space.
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