Comment: anti-corporation is not anti-business

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anti-corporation is not anti-business

Every serious libertarian scholar will tell you that in a libertarian society, it is all about contracts. You may not be aware of it, but you are constantly drafting contracts. When you go get a haircut, can you walk out without paying? You didn't sign a contract, so why should you have to pay for the haircut? Because you made a verbal contract. We make verbal contracts all the time. Whenever you accept an offer, you have entered into a contract. I encourage you to read up on this.

Are saying is that corporations don't need to engage in contracts? That sounds rather undesirable to me. With respect to corporations, they rely on state power and are therefore incompatible with libertarianism.

BTW, a sole propriotership is not a corporation.

“With laws shall our land be built up, but with lawlessness laid waste.”
-Njal Thorgeirsson