Anarcho-capitalism

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Anarcho-capitalism is an a form of anarchism, distinct from other forms such as anarcho-communism. Like all anarchist theories, it advocates the destruction of the State. However, it does not advocate the destruction of the capitalist system. Instead, the system revolves entirely around the existence of capitalism.

Definition

In an anarcho-capitalist society, the natural law of the market would replace political and social order, with all law enforcement and public services being provided by voluntarily-funded competitors. Unlike classical capitalism anarcho-capitalism still relies heavily upon the principles of community organisation, asserting that it is necessary for the community to order itself voluntarily. These same principles apply to business in an anarcho-capitalist system. The concept of the corporation would not apply to an anarcho-capitalist system due to its emphasis on individuality and absolute market freedom.

In micronationalism

No micronational anarcho-capitalist state have ever been known to exist, although many economic systems unintentionally incorporate aspects of anarcho-capitalism. Close examples may be the Empire of Vista Nova and Sabah autonomous community of Taman ria. Another micronation that encorporates many anarcho-capitalist economic ideas is the Free Empire of Highland.