On the market of living together, Free Private Cities are currently the only non-totalitarian alternative to Western democracies. Once the idea is in people’s minds, it won’t go away again. That is why it is so important to spread the concept. Free Private Cities are also an opportunity for developing and emerging countries to catch up more quickly and can contribute to easing the migration crisis.
The full framework for the concept of Free Private Cities is outlined in Titus Gebel’s book Free Private Cities: Making Governments Compete for You.
The book outlines the theoretical foundations of the Free Private Cities concept, explores the history of autonomous territories, and provides practical tips for pinoeers who want to help build something new. It is a must-read for anyone looking to understand the advantages of developing a “market for living together” and learn about the alternatives to traditional political systems.
The first part of the book deals with fundamental questions that every social order has to face. The concept of Free Private Cities described in the second part is derived from this, drawing on lessons from the history of autonomous cities around the world.
The third part discusses concrete questions of implementation in the establishment of Free Private Cities. The fourth and final part of the book provides Titus’ outlook on likely future developments.
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