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March 14, 2011

Market anarchists see freed markets, under conditions of free competition, as tending to diffuse wealth and dissolve fortunes—with a centrifugal effect on incomes, property-titles, land, and access to capital—rather than concentrating it in the hands of a socioeconomic elite. Market anarchists recognize no de jure limits on the extent or kind of wealth that any one person might amass; but they believe that market and social realities will impose much more rigorous de facto pressures against massive inequalities of wealth than any de jure constraint could achieve.

Charles Johnson


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