This brings up an interesting point.
Andrew Winston

This brings up an interesting point. If a function of shared well-being, I.e., government in this case, is corrupted or not operating well, does that mean we shouldn’t have it? It just means it needs fixing and oversight, etc.

To me this boils down to two point of belief. How likely do you consider regulatory capture and could non-governmental actors take over the function and how would they maintain their independence in the real world.


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