Comment: You seriously aren't suggesting that governments were required

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You seriously aren't suggesting that governments were required

for business are you?

The first day, one guy had too much food, and another guy had an extra girl, there was a free market.

Business has nothing to do with government.

What historian concludes any of that? Because not only is it a drastic over simplification, it simply isn't true.

Further, it is hardly nomadic. As indicated, generally most things would would be completely resolved without relocation. And if relocation were required it would likely be hardly as drastic as relocating to a different state, which is currently the requirement for far less benefit. Further, the presence of competition is enough to keep most situations in line. In addition, people decide what is worth the effort, current hardship vs. expected hardship.

The Philosophy Of Liberty -
http://www.thephilosophyofliberty.com/