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A Utopia? Government Without Territorial Monopoly
By Bruno S. Frey
This article appeared in the Summer 2001 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Governments have not always had territorial monopolies on the creation and enforcement of law. Functional, overlapping, competing jurisdictions have been important exceptions to the identification of government with territory and could play a greater role in the future.





Volume 6 Number 1
Summer 2001

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