Spencer H. MacCallum : land, community, law
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Investment History
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2007: Cobden-Bright Award of $250
 
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The Enterprise of Community: Administering Land as Productive Capital — Spencer MacCallum's scholarly and visionary integration of two ancient human activities, land ownership and entrepreneurship, has profound implications for builders of freeorder.
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Glyph 280 : The Enterprise of Community: Administering Land as Productive Capital
 
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The Law of the Somalis: "A package of social software that could generate a clan-owned freeport"
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Somalia: ”The Rule of Law without the State" ••• Spencer MacCallum, September 12, 2007, published by the Mises Institute
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Were there such a category, Somalia would hold a place in Guinness World Records as the country with the longest absence of a functioning central government. When the Somalis dismantled their government in 1991 and returned to their precolonial political status, the expectation was that chaos would result — and that, of course, would be the politically correct thing to expect.
Imagine if it were otherwise. Imagine any part of the globe not being dominated by a central government and the people there surviving, even prospering. If such were to happen and the idea spread to other parts of Africa or other parts of the world, the mystique of the necessity of the state might be irreparably damaged, and many politicians and bureaucrats might find themselves walking about looking for work.
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See also Glyph 139 : The Law of the Somalis, by Michael Van Notten and edited by Spencer MacCallum
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Preface to the book ••• by Spencer Heath MacCallum
 
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The Renaissance of Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico
 
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Mata Ortiz Calendar ••• (Facebook page)
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Mata Ortiz Calendar (and much more) •••
 
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Glyph 280 : The Enterprise of Community: Administering Land as Productive Capital
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Glyph 270 : Spencer Heath, Pioneer in Aviation
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Glyph 139 : The Law of the Somalis, by Michael van Notten, edited Spencer MacCallum
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Glyph 005 : The Pottery of Juan Quezada and Mata Ortiz, Mexico
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