anarcho-capitalism

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From anarcho- +‎ capitalism. Coined by Murray Rothbard.

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anarcho-capitalism ‎(uncountable)

  1. (politics, economics) A political and economic philosophy that advocates the the elimination of the state and other coercive institutions in favour of individual self-ownership and free market

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