Re: Anarchy and spontaneous order in business and education

Michael Lorrey (
Tue, 15 Jul 1997 22:29:28 -0400

Abraham Moses Genen wrote:
> Dear fellow Extrpians,
> Possibly creative colaboration and cooperation within a real or virtual
> organization owned and operated by its employees might be a more pracical
> and effective paln than anarchy?
> Please consider this as a meaningful alternative.
> Enjoy the dialogue,

I really liked what Wax had to say. In an anarchy, all possibilities are
allowed. I don't know why you are fixated on the idea that companies
must all be owned by all of their employees. If they go into the job
investing existing assets, then great, but the idea of giving one
ownership for free when they start a job is dumb, not to mention
economical unfeasible (people seem to wonder why the privatization of
many companies in Russia has failed so badly).

Employees should also have the right, as many currently do in this
country, to invest whatever level they wish in the company, even $0. If
they can make a better profit investing elsewhere, its their money. I'm
really tired of people who think that people need to be protected from
themselves. Stupidity is the last Darwinian influence on our society,
lets not give that up, lest we begin to deevolve....

			Michael Lorrey
------------------------------------------------------------		Inventor of the Lorrey Drive

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