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Why Nation-States Will Die-Off in the Information Age
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Joe Jarvis
Published 2 years ago |
Large centralized nation-states may have been useful during the industrial age to protect capital tied up in factories.
But in the age of information, wealth and production are more more mobile.

People are already choosing the best government for them, and nation-states will not survive in a world where they can't take more money than their services are worth.

The nation-state will therefore die-off as more and more jurisdictions offer government as a service, priced to the actual costs, siphoning off the wealth of massive bureaucracies.

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