Re: Concentration of Capital

Technotranscendence (
Mon, 13 Apr 1998 20:39:10 -0400 (EDT)

At 01:26 AM 4/14/98 +0200, Erik Moeller <> wrote:
>>This ain't natural. This happens because the government makes it hard to
>>be a new small bank, (regulations and fees which fall equally on large and
>>small banks, etc.) thus making it UNnaturally economically desirable to
>>merge with other banks.
>Government is indeed a useful tool for growing businesses. That's why some kind
>of government naturally evolves in all capitalist economies.

This makes it sound like government is caused by markets. But where has
government not evolved?

Daniel Ust