Re: Free-Market Economics

Abraham Moses Genen (
Sat, 12 Jul 1997 21:48:53 -0400

Abraham Moses Genen
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On Sat, 12 Jul 1997 Ken Lanterman writes:

>A true anarcho-libertarian society wouldn't have corporations, since
>they are products of the state, chartered and protected by them. True
>capitalism is one without corporations. Abolish the laws that establish
>corporations and even though you may still get big powerful companies,
>its owners would be directly responsible for their actions.
Dear fellow Extropians,
The alternative to corporate structures as a form of organization is
possibly a cooperative, integrated and interactive worker owned
environment, At issue would be the surrounding political environment.
It seems that among the many questions that would have to be asked is
whether in a highly competetive world economy large numbers of such
organizations can compete effectively when all the variables and
constraints in a multicultural world are taken into account.
I have my own theories, but I'd like to know what the rest of you think.
It would be nice to have a few realistic and implimentable proposals as