I missed this post earlier, and I need to respond.But that is the same principle even in anarcho-communism, syndicalism and what else have you. There must be a general consensus with the people to abide by the social compromise, that living together means sustaining each other for the better good; which means that you do not coerce someone else to do something.
Sorry that is too long to read. please make your point in 140 characters or less.not particularly. what makes you think that it's *not* free markets that have essentially evolved things to this point? companies that make profit are the ones who can afford to "buy" congressman and their goodwill, thus leading to the sort of symbiotic relationship between the market and government that we have. i'm not convinced that a small government can maintain a free market (in the ideal sense), because of the tendency for people (and corporations by extension) to take over all the things (monopolize).
(also, please no walls of text, i'm too lazy to read it all.)