Is it legal for, say, 20k lower income people to combine their resources to build their own community that is classy but shared efficiently?
- I'm That MexicanLv 61 month ago
I always support entrepreneurship & creativity. Acts of volition have a higher success rate than acts of coercion. I'd support that. Hell, I'd even make a donation....
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- Ancient of MuLv 61 month ago
I'm sure it is.Maybe Hutterites or Mennonites would be a good example. They stick to themselves,sell their own goods .
- PetterLv 71 month ago
Why would it not be legal?