DonParagon's Vision of the Future

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Vision of the Future   * * * * *

DonParagon's Vision of the Future describes a future world with more and more optionality. DonParagon sees the government disappear, as an archaic institution that is out of place in a world where it becomes increasingly easy to cross territorial borders.

Everyone free, everything free!   * * * * *

Also interesting is the view of Libertaria.net that people's freedom goes hand in hand with products and services that are supplied for free. Libertaria.net argues that products and services will become ever cheaper. Scarcity will fade away into irrelevance, as an abundance of freely-supplied products and services will become available.


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In 1995, Harry Browne, then Libertarian Party candidate for US President, sent a signed copy of his book to Optionality Magazine for review. It gives some great examples of why government doesn't work. A great book that makes a strong case for reducing government.
 

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