A Dim View of Libertarianism, Part VI -- The Inevitability of Government

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"markets, private property and corporations are good things, but it is possible to have too much of a good thing. For these worthy and indispensable servants of the body politic can become cruel and insufferable masters, to prevent which, we establish laws and regulations -- i.e., government."


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