Y’know, there’s a reason that the Kibbutz work. Why the great London clubs are such aggreeable places. And why think tanks flourish.
It’s because their members choose who will join them.
And this is why both socialism and anarchy fail. Both systems have to take everyone on. We don’t exile people any more.
Combining this insight with a quick glance at the pearl river basin, or, hell even Kaesong Industrial Region, here’s a somewhat novel proposal: The creation of special ultra low tax, ultra low government, fairly small (say around 1000 square miles) special adminidstative regions within a country. Children would not be allowed in, and the only people permitted to be citizens (or even allowed in!) of these regions would be those that met specific requirements set by the people of the regions themselves.
Criminal codes would be relaxed, save for the major ten crimes - but there would be one special punishment reserved for these regions: people could be bannished, or exiled from them, to the rest of the country.
I’m aware that there is a slight risk of an apartheid-lite situation here, but I see this idea, or a development of it, as being a way of producing a near utopian country.