Anarchy is already here, and it works great. Or so the Yale anthropologist and political scientist James C. Scott suggests in Two Cheers for Anarchism, a book of life lessons on how choice and freedom make the world better. Scott isn't a libertarian purist, Lucy Steigerwald reports, but he has an eye for spontaneous order in action.
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