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Re: Some more research needed



>I don't dispute that corporations represent huge foci of power and that
>much material development has resulted from the application of this
>power, I'm saying that we need to take a closer look at
>1. the social cost of the corporation becoming the seat of most
>monetary and consequently political power, and
>2. alternatives we can devise [isn't that what this group about,
>alternatives?]


Do you want to put any alternative on the table?

>I want to point out that simply because some method of social
>organization leads to huge gains in profitability [for some] does not
>necessarily constitute a valid argument for its adoption.

What constitutes a valid argument anyway?

If it satisfies the basic criteria of individual autonomy and freedom of
contract, it certainly constitutes a valid argument!

- manoj

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