The Metaconstitutional Manifesto: A Bourgeois Vision of the Classless Society

By Paul F. deLespinasse

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Chapter 1: Beyond Capitalism

Part I: What Ought To Be?

Chapter 2: The Rule of Law
Chapter 3: Democracy
Chapter 4: Markets and Legitimate Property
Chapter 5: Voluntary Associations and Organizations
Chapter 6: Universal Government
Chapter 7: How Much Government Should There Be?
Chapter 8: The Classless Society As A Bourgeois Ideal

Part II: What Ought To Be Done?

Chapter 9: Strategies For Orderly Progress
Chapter 10: Defending The Metaconstitution