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The modern legal definition...

of a "corporation" since the 1600's is a charter by or contract with government. You can't divorce the two.

Being against the modern legal idea of a corporation is not being against persons joining together to conduct business. People can sign contracts with each other outlining responsibilities and liabilities regarding the joint venture and if they are concerned with liability they can purchase insurance.

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