Was just listening to a podcast on the uprising of coal miners who basically fought a civil war to be allowed to unionize around the turn of the 20th century. This got me to thinking: You work for the company, live in their housing (with no rights to proper evictions or anything), go to their schools, shop in their stores (with their own non-US-tender money), and spend your money wherever else the company decides to build for you in your isolated town.
To me, this is the capitalist free market run amok. To some, this is the ideal? Or am I misunderstanding Libertarianism?