On Freedom and Democracy
By Arnold Kling
Michael Strong has an interesting guest post at a new blog on competitive government. He writes,
Another direction that I’ve been encouraging libertarians to consider is the option of a global free zone industry in which private corporations specialize not only in supplying physical infrastructure, but also in supplying legal infrastructure.
In another post, Patri Friedman writes,
The world is getting on net freer because of the the large improvements as countries become democracies, but we should not let this trend, or the trend towards increased material wealth, mask the countervailing trend towards the capture of democracies by special interests at the expense of the full population.