: : : Good luck.
: ....is your highest hope a world in which freedom and equality are the ultimate virtues? Somehow I get the idea that what you really mean is according to your definition of freedom and equality as in 'equality of outcome', am I right?
If you'd read any of the many diatribes against me by the everyone should get the same incomes people you'd know I dont advocate this. Read Michael Alberts 'Looking Forward: Participatory Economics in the twenty first century' available from South End Press: Boston, that's if your interested, if your going to make a complete mockery of my views, like your famous for (while Crying that we scoff at yours when I've done no such thing), then I'm not going to play along.
:By the way, would people be free to own things if they wanted to? Would people be free to associate with whom they wanted to associate with in your world? How about differences between people, how would they be resolved, or will people in Larkland have no differences?
I'd restrict these freedoms no less then they already are under the current privately owned and unaccountable command economy.