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Tell me the advantage a corporation has in a free market setting? A group of investors, large or small, invest together to start a business. What is libertarian about denying that ability?
I understand being against the special privileges granted by the State to corporations now, but I honestly don't see what there is to be against about corporations in a free market. The privileges given to corporations currently are not required for a corporation to exist, just as a central bank is not required for money to exist. To me it is much like most of our other economic problems, government related.