User talk:Ancapistan

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Getting acquainted[edit]

  • Ancapstan, I like the work you're doing. You'll note I've been following it. Perhaps we might consider working up a "To Do" list somewhere for ourselves and/or other AnCap types. -- RayBirks 22:14, 28 September 2006 (UTC)
  • I appreciate that, RayBirks. I was very surprised that For a New Liberty didn't have an article yet, so I decided to create one (I read the book recently). That list sounds like a good idea. Since market anarchism has so little recognition/respect in academia or the general public, and since indeed the exponents of radical world-views like ours tend to perceive events in a totally different fashion from everyone else (i.e. we have been "liberated," as it were, from the statist consensus), the situation often appears hopeless or futile. At any rate, I'm certainly interested in collaborating with fellow "AnCap types." Ancapistan 00:32, 29 September 2006 (UTC)
  • I'm going to invite another AnCap-wikian (new word?) to visit here and perhaps we'll come up with something. His name is Dick Clark (see his page here: User:DickClarkMises), and he works at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. -- RayBirks 03:57, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

A 'market failure' issue to look at[edit]

If you get a moment, take a look at my comment on the Market failure discussion page Talk:Market_failure. Mine is #8. Please chime in there if you are so inclined. -- RayBirks 22:37, 5 October 2006 (UTC)