Thursday, February 21, 2008 95 Comments

Democracy as a historical phenomenon

Elections are weird. Then again, so is American football. If we imagine defending either to Hans-Adam II, perhaps we have a start on how hard it is to see democracy as part of history.

To explain anything as part of history is to explain it as foreign. When modern historians talk about the Bourbons or the Hapsburgs, they can be pretty sure there are no Bourbons, Hapsburgs, or rabid partisans of either in the room. No one is about to hound them out of a job for omitting Louis XIV's style as the Most Christian King, or any other act of lèse-majesté. (Perhaps Professor Hindley's offence could be seen as a sort of lèse-democratie.)

It is easy to explain monarchy as a historical phenomenon, because we all know that monarchy is weird. And so, of course, it is. Although not perhaps as weird as we were raised to think. (The Ruler of Sharjah has just displayed His Highness's boundless wisdom in appointing a distant relative of mine to a distinguished academic position, so I'm feeling pretty good about hereditary government at the moment.)

Our great obstacle in thinking critically about democracy is the fact that everything we know about politics and government reassures us that democracy is, while certainly not perfect, the best possible system of government. As I suggested the other week, questioning this tradition on its own terms is about as likely to work as disproving God via Biblical scholarship.

Specifically: demotism is inseparable from the Whig theory of history, in which history is the story of political forms evolving, Great Chain of Being style, toward our present perfection. If democracy is bunk, so is Whig history. But if Whig history is bunk, what isn't? Is there a Tory theory of history, and if so should we subscribe to it instead?

If you grew up in a democracy, as I assume everyone reading this did, there is a little golfball of neural tissue somewhere above your foramen magnum, which contains everything you know about politics and government. If you believe in the Virgin Mary, there is a similar golfball which contains all you know about the Immaculate Conception. If the Virgin has let you down and you are considering believing in Baal instead, you should probably grow a whole new golfball which is dedicated to Baal. Perhaps there is some way to construct a gradual transition from Mariolatry to Baal-worship. But I can't imagine why there should be.

Similarly, if there is any way to stop believing in democracy, the only way to do it is to (a) grow a new golfball that believes in whatever you'd believe in, if you didn't believe in democracy; (b) compare the old and new golfballs, and decide which you're more comfortable with; and (c) allow the loser to be reabsorbed by the rest of your brain, which hopefully is young and flexible enough for this kind of appalling hot-swap auto-neurosurgery.

A good example is the political dimension of "left" and "right" which we're all familiar with. As perhaps you know, this is originally derived from seating patterns in the 1791 Constituent Assembly. A certain Jonah Goldberg has just released a new book in which he argues that "fascism," which most of us probably think of as "right-wing," is in fact better understood as a form of leftism. I haven't read Liberal Fascism, but from the reviews I get the impression that it recapitulates much of the thought of Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn. Goldberg may or may not be worth your time, but K-L certainly is.

But is he right? Is "fascism" "right-wing" or "left-wing"? And which would make it worse? Is it better to be "left," or "right," or somewhere in the middle? What about the libertarian Nolan chart, which asserts the existence of a second dimension - and blithely assumes the first? (If to be "left-wing" is to support "personal freedom," what about, say, smoking? Or being rude to someone with the wrong skin color? Or driving too fast?)

It is all a bit of a muddle. Demonstrating, again, why introducing Baal into our Virgin Mary golfball is a waste of time. To question democracy is to admit the possibility that the entire system by which you think about politics and government, past and present, is nonsense. Or at least has no consistent relationship to reality. Perhaps we can understand what "left" and "right" mean from an ademotist perspective, but we need the perspective first.

So: if you knew nothing about government, how would you start to understand it?

The obvious first question is: government of what? Who is this government for? Can one system of government really fit all possible populations? What about aliens? Dolphins? Chimps and ourang-outangs? You have to be able to draw a line somewhere.

I don't find the problem of governing aliens or dolphins interesting or useful at all. All I am interested in is the two-legged things that are walking around on Planet Three at present. There is a common English word for this animal, but I refuse to say it - the word has been attached to many ethical and historical concepts, all of which it imports instantly, without going through any kind of mental security screening. A good way to pick up something that could be hard to get rid of, if you get my drift.

The Latin root cannot be avoided, though, so let's call them hominids. A hominid is any apelike critter that was wandering around on its hind legs any time in the last 100,000 years. No gibbons need apply. Perhaps this is not quite exactly how paleontologists use the word at present, but it is well-known and I will stick with it. If we design systems of government for arbitrary populations of hominids by this definition - quite genetically broad, considering the speed of recent evolution in the species - we are erring on the safe side.

From an engineering perspective, it can't hurt if our theories also work for groups of hominids who are now extinct, and who do not resemble hominids now living. Shifting the bar backward dodges the nasty problem of evaluating the actual populations now living - which a lot of writers seem to get quite hung up on. If we need to make the distinction, we can talk about the protohominids of 100Kya, and the neohominids of 2008. As long as you have some neohominids to actually staff your operation, I'd like to think it is perfectly possible to govern either, both, or any mix of the two.

In any case, history starts with prehistory and prehistory starts with biology. We know three things about hominids: they are social, territorial, and violent. An excellent introduction to hominids in their cladistic context is primatologist Richard Wrangham's Demonic Males. An excellent survey of prehistoric territorial behavior among hominids is anthropologist Lawrence Keeley's War Before Civilization. Hopefully these readings will be sufficient to rid you of any lingering Rousseauvian golfball that may be clogging up your foramen magnum.

Briefly, hominids exhibit what might be called a default pattern of government. In the default pattern, the basic unit of government is the tribe, which controls a well-defined territory and defends it from other tribes. The tribe has a chief, generally male, whose decisions are final. He maintains power by using it to reward his friends, relations, henchmen, lackeys, etc.

Hominids are very flexible and intelligent animals. They can exist in a wide variety of cultural configurations, with all kinds of weird power dynamics. The default pattern (which we see even in chimpanzees) is not inevitable.

But it gives us a concise definition of government. A government is either (a) the default pattern, or (b) whatever organization militarily suppresses the default pattern.

Can hominids exist without government in this sense? No, because hominids are social and violent. You might be able to breed a two-legged animal that was asocial or nonviolent, but why call it a hominid?

A more interesting question is whether a system of nonterritorial "protection agencies," as proposed by anarcho-capitalists like Murray Rothbard and David Friedman, can exist. The correct question is: could such a system stably suppress the default pattern? In the absence of a superior force which constrains its actions, the only distinction between a "protection agency" and a "government" appears to be that the former exhibit territorial overlap. Especially given hominid territorial instincts, can any such system be militarily stable? I doubt it, but I am not a military expert. Of course, neither are most anarcho-capitalists.

Occam's razor suggests to me that schools of political thought which purport to be "anarchist," a category which includes both anarcho-capitalism and Marxist-Leninism (both Marx and Lenin constantly insisted that they were not replacing the hated state, but building a new kind of social system which would express the will of the people directly) exist and even flourish not because they have a realistic strategy for eliminating government without returning to the default pattern, but because they capitalize on the natural antigovernment frustrations of hominids who find themselves with neither political power nor any prospect of attaining it.

I am all for a polycentric world. I personally would be very happy to see a planet with thousands, even tens of thousands, of independent polities. However, sovereign actors have enough trouble relating to each other even with nonoverlapping jurisdictions. If the advantage of overlapping is, as it appears, that it lets you call your governments "protection agencies," I have to question the sincerity of the proposal.

Libertarians - even anti-democratic libertarians, like Hans-Hermann Hoppe - owe more to Locke than I think they realize. Locke was a Whig and a Puritan, and a great tabula rasa man. The god of battles has treated his faction kindly. I don't believe this is a coincidence, but I don't think it makes Locke right. I'm sure he was a very nice guy, but Locke knew no more of hominid behavior than a cat knows of tennis. And I think any remaining Lockeans could stand a good strong dose of his Tory debunker, the sadly under-appreciated Josiah Tucker.

For the benefit of 21st-century readers, here is a tasty bite of Tucker in modern orthography (the OLL edition also contains many OCR errors; if you can stand the long S, try the original). Here, Tucker is comparing the divine right of kings to the divine right of the People:
Once more: all laws made, or to be made by the authority of usurpers, alias of Kings de facto, are, according to the doctrine of Sir Robert Filmer and the Jacobites, absolutely null and void; ’till they shall have received the sanction and confirmation of the rightful King. And so say the Lockeans in respect to their sole rightful King, - the People. For here again they have told us so often, that we cannot forget it, that no law can be valid, unless the People have authorized the making of it. Nay, they have gone so far as to declare, that the very essence of slavery doth consist in being governed by laws, to which the governed have not previously consented.

This being the case, you see plainly, that the consideration, whether the law be good or bad in itself; whether it is a law that is wanted or not wanted; and whether it tends to promote the liberty of the subject, or to restrain it, is at present entirely beside the question. For the sole point here to be determined, is simply this. Had the makers of such a law any right to make it, according to the Lockean ideas of right and wrong? If they had no such right, they must be pronounced to be usurpers, be the law in itself whatever it may; and therefore as they are usurpers, their doom is fixed; inasmuch as they cannot expect mercy for their daring attempts to alienate the unalienable Rights of Mankind.

Before this Lockean system had been broached, or at least before it had made many proselytes among us, it used to be considered as no bad maxim in politics, “not to be very inquisitive concerning the original title of the reigning powers.” For if the State was actually at peace, and if every man sat, or might sit under his own vine, and his own fig tree; or in plainer English, if the essential ends of government were answered both by the protection of good subjects, and by the punishment of bad ones, and also by the defence of the community from external violence; - then it was thought, that this was a sufficient reason for considering such powers as ordained of God. And if ordained of God, the people ought to obey them, under peril of damnation.

But now it seems, the world is grown much wiser. For the first question to be asked is, what is your title, to be the governor, or chief magistrate of this country? And what proofs do you bring that you have received your authority from the People, without fraud on the one hand, or violence on the other? Answer me this, before you can expect, that I should submit to obey you.

Few governors, I believe, would like to be catechized after this manner by their subjects. And fewer still would be able to answer these questions to the satisfaction of a Lockean patriot. Nay, we have been expressly told by one of the chief among them, Dr. Priestley, that there is not a government on the face of the globe, which can stand the test of such an enquiry. “For, says he, all governments whatever have been, in some measure, compulsory, tyrannical, and oppressive in their origin.”

Now this being the case, why will not these benevolent, political philosophers, erect a government of their own, for the good of mankind; - a government on their own plan, and perfectly agreeable to the Lockean principles; which shall therefore be a pattern for the rest of the world to copy after? Nay, why are they always sowing discords and dissentions among us, instead of establishing a free, and equal, and harmonious republic among themselves? Most certainly Great Britain is not the proper spot for exhibiting specimens of this sort. Because, to say the truth, we have had, and we have felt, too many of these political experiments already, during the last century, to wish to have them revived again.

But America! Yes, the interior parts of America is the country of all others, the fittest for putting every fond imagination of their hearts in practice. For if fame says true, and if Mr. Locke himself is to be credited, there is as yet no government at all in the inland parts of those immense regions. Nor have even the Congress extended their gentle sway beyond the lakes Erie and Ontario, if they have gone so far.

Thither, therefore, let all our republican patriots speedily repair. Time is precious, and the cause invites. A passport will undoubtedly be granted them, as soon as applied for. And ample leave will be obtained to exchange the slavery of this country for the freedom of America. Thither, therefore, let them all retire. For there they will live (according to the prediction of Dr. Price) undisturbed by bishops, nobles, or kings; and there likewise they will enjoy all the blessings which can attend that happy state, where every member of society will be his own law-giver, his own governor, judge, and director.
As Steely Dan put it, "all I can say is ouch."

I'm afraid we have, indeed, had "too many of these political experiments." You know what I want? The sinister, futuristic totalitarian fantasy at the heart of Mencius Moldbug Thought? I want to live in a world where when I go to Google News and search for poisoned arrows, I get no hits at all. I mean, call me crazy.

In any case, we have observed a problem with the word government. People have strange associations with it. As we've seen, it is not hard to define, but perhaps it is worth replacing.

I will stick with the word sovereign, which is old but whose definition is beautifully precise, and the extremely bland term organization, which just means a group of hominids working together in some coherent way. (In the past I tried corporation, which means exactly the same thing, but has undesirable pejorative connotations.) Thus instead of "government" we can say "sovereign organization", or sovorg.

Since sovorgs are territorial by definition, we can name them by location. Thus, for example, there is a very important sovorg on the Potomac. We can call it Washorg. Furthermore, while heeding Dean Tucker's wise warning against inquiring too closely into "original title," we can distinguish four discrete revisions of Washorg, separated by breaches of legal continuity - in 1789 (Confederation to Constitution), 1861 (state to national sovereignty), and 1933 (limited to unlimited government). So our present lovely confection is Washorg-4.

Is Washorg-4 good or bad? The question is absurdly underconstrained. Good or bad to whom, and for whom? What makes a sovorg good or bad? What makes anything good or bad? These are normative questions. Presumably, for Kim Jong Il and his family, North Korea is not bad at all.

Though clearly, to anyone on either side of the Atlantic in the 1770s, Washorg-4 would seem an appalling monstrosity. The Dean himself is quite incisive on the point:
Here therefore be it observed, that without taking any advantage from the arguments that may be deduced from the tarring and feathering of their numerous mobs; and without insisting on the burning and plundering of the houses, and destroying the property of the Loyalists by the American republicans, even before they had openly thrown off the mask, and set up for independence; - I say, without bringing these instances as proofs that they would not grant that liberty to others, for which they so strenuously contended for themselves; - let us come to that very period, when they had established various civil governments in their respective provinces, and had new-modelled their several constitutions according to their own good liking: - I ask therefore, was any one of these civil governments at first formed, or is it now administered, and conducted according to the Lockean plan? And did, or doth any of their Congresses, general or provincial, admit of that fundamental maxim of Mr. Locke, that every man has an unalienable right to obey no other laws, but those of his own making? No; no; - so far from it, that there are dreadful fines and confiscations, imprisonments, and even death made use of, as the only effectual means for obtaining that unanimity of sentiment so much boasted of by these new-fangled republicans, and so little practiced. In one word, let the impartial world be the judge, whether the Americans, in all their contests for liberty, have even once made use of Mr. Locke’s system for any other purpose, but that of pulling down, and destroying; and whether, when they came to erect a new edifice of their own on the ruins of the former, - they have not abandoned Messrs. Locke, Molyneux, Priestley, and Price, with all their visionary schemes of universal freedom, and liberty of choice.
(I particularly admire the Dean's deft hand with semicolon and dash; - a move he shares with Frank Bidart. If you find this paragraph hard to parse, his argument is that any difference between the new American and the old British regime is essentially cosmetic; - a point now admitted by all.)

In any case, the question remains: good or bad?

I will take the liberty of assuming that readers share my general taste in government. I suspect that taste in this matter is much like taste in restaurants. People can argue KFC versus Popeye's or Mickey D versus BK, but no one puts any of them in a class with Nobu or the French Laundry. If you can't agree that Vaduz is well-governed and Pyongyang is not, you are just quarreling.

A simple way to ask the question is: if all things were equal, where would I rather live? If SF was owned and operated by Hans-Adam II, and Berkeley was owned and operated by the Kims, would I prefer to make my home in the East Bay, or the West?

We can distinguish two factors in this decision: customer service, and personal authority. Customer service expresses the way the sovorg treats me, its customer or resident. Personal authority expresses any power I may have over the operations of the sovorg.

Suppose it is not Kim, but I myself, who run Berkeley. If I was the Ruler of Berkeley, it would undoubtedly serve me quite well. "I'm not just the Ruler - I'm also a customer." Would I settle for the ordinary, plain-Jane service? Heck, no. I would have a limo, and uniformed flunkies. But it would still be customer service - just extraordinary customer service.

This, however, would not express all the satisfaction I received from ruling Berkeley. After all, I too am a hominid. And hominids like power. While I am not as far as I'm aware descended from Genghis Khan, I'm sure that possession of political power has often lubricated my Y chromosome's path to survival. This sort of thing leaves an impact.

Suppose I was not sole Ruler of Berkeley, but just one member of a Triumvirate. The service would probably still be excellent. The limo might not be as swank. And my will could be frustrated by any two of my co-triumvirs. Definitely a step down. On the other hand, to make anything in Berkeley happen, all I have to do is persuade two people. How hard can that be?

Suppose instead I was one member of a Grand Council of 100, whose by-laws strictly barred any special treatment. Berkeley would treat me, and my fellow Grand Councilors, just as it treated any other resident. But as long as I could browbeat fifty of my peers into submission, my will could still hold sway.

What we see here is that personal authority, an intangible good but still a very desirable one, can be disconnected from customer service. We see also that since personal authority is directly desirable, it need not follow any mathematical principles, linear or otherwise. Is being sole Ruler of Berkeley three times as cool as being a Triumvir? Maybe, but maybe not. Is being a Triumvir 33 times as cool as being a Grand Councilor? Probably not.

Of course, if Berkeley is a democracy with universal suffrage, any Berkeleyite who is full-grown and capable of breathing is, effectively, a minor dignitary. There is no limo and no flunkies, but there is still a small but intangible sense of somehow controlling events. Voting in a democracy makes you feel powerful, much as playing the lottery makes you feel rich. Perhaps it shouldn't. But why not? Perhaps you will win the lottery, and your vote will matter.

Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Negligible power certainly does not corrupt absolutely, but I'm not sure it corrupts negligibly, either. By handing a tiny slice of power to each of its residents, democracy performs the most essential task of a political structure: rewarding its supporters. If you can convince yourself to see this transaction as sordid and onanistic, you have taken a big step toward ademotism. Until voters learn to renounce this little wafer of fictitious authority that it regularly drops on their tongue, they will never free themselves from democracy.

Once we factor out personal authority, we are left with customer service. As the contrast between Vaduz and Pyongyang demonstrates, sovereign customer service can include almost anything in life. A nasty sovorg can enslave you, murder you, force you to wear nothing but shapeless, scratchy gray overalls, etc, etc. By definition, you have no recourse.

What does good sovereign customer service mean to me? High security, low taxes, attractive landscaping, and an absence of pointless restrictions on my personal actions? Again, defining good government is not unlike defining good food. Reasonable people will tend to agree.

It is a very striking fact, therefore, that sovereign customer service in the world today - and specifically, the customer service provided by Washorg-4 - seems to be so poor. Imagine if Hans-Adam II were in charge not of Berkeley, but of California. Don't you think he could make it such a desirable place to live that it would empty out the rest of North America? It's not like California doesn't have room for 300 million people. Of course, it's not clear that Hans-Adam would want them all. I certainly wouldn't.

Before we look at how Washorg-4 got to its present parlous state, there's a very important aspect of sovereign customer service that is easy to miss. It provides a clue to the rest.

The question is how the sovorg controls its residents. We know that for it to be sovereign, it must do so. Otherwise, the default pattern will reemerge. Internal control is a strictly negative aspect of customer service - except for the fact that almost any sovereign form is preferable to the default pattern (since I am not well suited to tribal gang warfare), it can do nothing but annoy and inconvenience me and other residents.

There are two basic classes of internal control. A sovereign can control its residents by managing their minds, or managing their bodies. We can call the former mode psycharchy, the latter physarchy. A psycharchy persuades its residents to refrain from organizing, seizing and capturing it. A physarchy physically restrains its residents from organizing, seizing and capturing it.

From a customer-service perspective, which is more desirable? Psycharchy or physarchy? What's neat about this question is that, if you are like me, you probably don't have a knee-jerk answer. We have made it off the map of our democratic conditioning. No one wants to be physically dominated by an irresistible authority. But no one wants to have their minds controlled, either. And logic offers us no third choice.

Perhaps it helps if we separate physarchic techniques of internal control into two classes, which we can call legarchy and phobarchy.

Under legarchy, the sovorg exercises internal control as an extension of the judicial system which keeps residents secure from each other. It simply adds a class of offenses which are crimes against the sovorg itself, without any other direct victim. For example, you may not train your paramilitary militia in the Sierras. You may not keep a cache of automatic weapons in your basement. If you are in a crowd and the police order you to disperse, you must do so.

Violating any of these restrictions cannot be described as a tort against any person. They are pure infringements on your personal freedom. They may even be arbitrary and inexplicable. However, as long as they are at least predictable, their impact on a reasonable customer is minimal. Every city in the world has the death penalty for stepping in front of a bus. How do we live with this draconian, irrational, and instantly enforced rule? By not violating it. Most of us never give the matter a second thought.

Whereas most of us would howl to high heaven if Washorg-4 published a list of illegal organizations, for which membership incurs criminal penalties. But it is no more irrational to punish a resident for joining an organization than for stepping in front of a bus. If you relish the collegial pleasure of community, find some community that isn't trying to overthrow the government. Otherwise, can you really complain?

We enter a different territory with phobarchy, which is the tactic of maintaining internal control by unpredictable intimidation. "Death squads," for example, are a classic technique. Most of us consider finding bodies on the doorstep, let alone being one of the bodies, remarkably unacceptable from a customer-service perspective. However, since many 20C sovorgs have maintained power by exactly this method, we would be foolish to dismiss it.

Phobarchy - terrorism, essentially, in the original sense of the word - is best seen as a sort of force multiplier for weak or insecure sovorgs. Of course, it can also be used by organizations which do not hold power, but are contending for it. If you are secure in power, you have no need to strike fear into your enemies by spectacular random attacks. You know who they are. You can have them arrested, and imprisoned or deported according to taste. Moreover, if you are genuinely secure, potential enemies should be able to recognize the fact just as well as anyone, and they will abandon their pointless struggle. Everyone who fights fights to win.

Psycharchy is a method of internal control by which a sovorg manages its residents' opinions, emotions and perceptions. If residents love, cherish and honor their Sovorg, they are far less likely to become unruly. Of course, for this to work, they need to actually be under the impression that their thoughts are their own, or at least are obtained from fundamentally trustworthy sources. This adds a touch of derring-do to the affair.

Drugging the water supply, inserting subliminal messages in fast-food ads, and beaming slogans into your tooth fillings are uncommon, ineffective forms of psycharchy. Mandatory loyalty training for children, official support for approved information producers, and social, civil or criminal penalties for wrongthink are common, effective forms of psycharchy.

The second is especially interesting. I think a special word, massarchy, is appropriate for the 20C system of internal control via education, journalism and science. Each of these words assumes a systematic professional infallibility, entirely unearned in the case of the first two professions, and increasingly dubious in the case of the third. The Third Reich had its own wonderful word for the distribution of official information, Aufklärung - meaning literally, "clearing up," and more broadly enlightenment. Indeed, all the state-sponsored information professions see their task as that of enlightening the public. And from enlightening to guiding is a small step indeed.

What's puzzling about psycharchy is that psycharchy basically sucks. Yet we see it everywhere. Unraveling this mystery is crucial, I feel, to an understanding of democracy.

Psycharchy is lousy customer service, because it's creepy and weird. I want my sovorg to keep marauding gangs from assaulting my residence. I don't want it to care what I think. I certainly don't want it to take any kind of a fatherly interest in what my children think. Raising kids is hard enough as it is. When they come home from school and start reciting government slogans, the temptation to lock them in the closet may become overwhelming.

But psycharchy is also very unreliable as a mechanism of internal control. If you need to prevent your residents from organizing private paramilitary movements, tell them not to organize private paramilitary movements, warn them if they do, and if they don't desist, arrest them. Not only is this is about twelve million times easier and less intrusive than brainwashing generations of children to swear obedience to the State, it's also a heck of a lot more effective. Children are notoriously fickle. If you tell them to think X, sometimes they decide to think Y instead, just for the pleasure of misbehaving.

Worse, if psycharchy relies on propagating a perception of reality that a sensible, independent person would not share, it is unstable in the nastiest way. The so-called "marketplace of ideas" is a strange market indeed when your friendly local sovorg has a thumb on every scale. But if the thumb ever starts to slip, look out. The truth has strange advantages of its own. A sovorg whose continued rule depends on successful psycharchy is like a city below sea level. It can engineer the world's best seawalls, dikes, and levees, but only one of them has to fail.

So we conclude that, from both sides of the game - the sovorg and its customer - legarchy is the most desirable system of internal control. Except in the nastiest, most unusual situations, amounting more or less to civil war, it is the only approach any sovorg should need. And yet history shows us that almost all 20C sovorgs relied heavily on psycharchy, phobarchy, or of course both. What gives?

What gives is that comparing 20th-century sovorgs is like comparing German restaurants. No doubt some are better than others, but unless you like sausage, cabbage and root vegetables, you are basically out of luck.

Even Washorg-4, certainly among the best of the lot, would have appalled not only Josiah Tucker but also the American rebels he so despised. Most of whom can be found delivering quotes on the subject of "democracy" that make Hitler sound like Barack Obama. Note that most of these soundbites (Federalist 10 being a good example) date to the late 1780s, which means that they were products of experience, not ideology. Even Burke started out as a Whig. What made him change his mind? Not Dean Tucker, that's for sure.

It is striking how few people read Federalist 10 in the light of actual historical experience. Surely it is plain to everyone that the problems Madison describes are real, and the solutions he proposes are quackery par excellence. For example:
The other point of difference is, the greater number of citizens and extent of territory which may be brought within the compass of republican than of democratic government; and it is this circumstance principally which renders factious combinations less to be dreaded in the former than in the latter. The smaller the society, the fewer probably will be the distinct parties and interests composing it; the fewer the distinct parties and interests, the more frequently will a majority be found of the same party; and the smaller the number of individuals composing a majority, and the smaller the compass within which they are placed, the more easily will they concert and execute their plans of oppression. Extend the sphere, and you take in a greater variety of parties and interests; you make it less probable that a majority of the whole will have a common motive to invade the rights of other citizens; or if such a common motive exists, it will be more difficult for all who feel it to discover their own strength, and to act in unison with each other. Besides other impediments, it may be remarked that, where there is a consciousness of unjust or dishonorable purposes, communication is always checked by distrust in proportion to the number whose concurrence is necessary.
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The influence of factious leaders may kindle a flame within their particular States, but will be unable to spread a general conflagration through the other States. A religious sect may degenerate into a political faction in a part of the Confederacy; but the variety of sects dispersed over the entire face of it must secure the national councils against any danger from that source. A rage for paper money, for an abolition of debts, for an equal division of property, or for any other improper or wicked project, will be less apt to pervade the whole body of the Union than a particular member of it; in the same proportion as such a malady is more likely to taint a particular county or district, than an entire State.
This reminds me of nothing so much as the bit in Isaac Asimov's Foundation where the Mule appears and Hari Seldon starts spewing utter nonsense.

Reading a document like Federalist 10 is like reading an explanation by the chief engineer of the Space Shuttle of how, when the shuttle is built, it will be cheaper to take a vacation in space than in Australia. The fact that the thing was built and is still operating is interesting, but a brief perusal of the design documents tells us that it is not operating in anything like the way envisioned by its designers.

If the exercise of thinking through the problem of government from scratch has convinced me of anything, it has convinced me that effective government and good government are one and the same thing. As long as a sovorg is effectively and coherently managed and its proprietors are motivated by ordinary hominid motivations, such as money and power (preferably the former), it will deliver what we think of as good government, and it will not engage in nasty and dangerous practices such as phobarchy and psycharchy.

So I conclude that if 20C sovorgs have not delivered good customer service, it is simply because they are not and have not been well-managed. Think of them as the equivalent of Pemex, perhaps if Pemex was a tax farm rather than an oil monopoly. Why hasn't Pemex gone out of business? Uh, because it can't?

To see democracy as a historical phenomenon, to understand how this disaster could have happened, we have to interpret it as an internal element of a sovereign organization - not internal in the sense of pertaining to residents rather than foreigners, but in the sense of "internal memo." No one who helped create Washorg could have imagined the present state of Washorg-4, let alone hoped for it. Yet it is what it is now, and most of its residents cherish and revere it. How did this happen? It just did. The thing can't really go out of business, after all.

So when we look at psycharchy as a conscious strategy, it strikes us as silly. Suppose, for example, that the Elders of Zion secretly control the government, which secretly controls the media, which brainwashes Americans into not suspecting that they are actually subjects of the Zionist Occupation Government - the infamous ZOG.

It should reassure us to realize that this makes no sense at all, as indeed it does not. Why should the Zionists bother with secrecy and manipulation? If they really control the government, isn't the Duke of Wellington's motto - pour la canaille, la mitraille - perfectly sufficient? Presumably if the Iron Duke had lived another half-century he would have modified it to pour la canaille, la mitrailleuse, which doesn't rhyme as well but makes even better military sense. (Canaille is rabble, mitraille is grapeshot, mitrailleuse is machine-gun.)

I feel this is a pity, because I for one would be quite reassured to learn that the Elders of Zion were in control. (I'd prefer Hans-Adam II, but given Hans-Adam's success in the financial industry I suspect he and the Elders would work quite well as a team.) Actually, the truth is much uglier than this. The only way I could imagine it being worse is if it involved Cthulhu, which it doesn't - at least not as far as I can tell.

The truth is that no one is in control. In Washorg-4 and its global friends and relations, we are looking at a gigantic, spontaneously evolving, uncontrolled system. The decision-making process we call "democracy" is best seen as part of this system, as are the "voters" whose opinions guide Washorg-4's decisions. Since Washorg-4 is a massarchy, since it guides public opinion as well as being guided by it, it can only be seen as a dynamic feedback loop.

(Anthony Blair, in his last speech before retiring, presented what I think is his own analysis of this situation. While I don't agree with it in all respects, while it certainly understates the magnitude of the problem, I think Blair's media speech may well prove to be the last frank and honest public statement by any democratic politician, ever. For all I know he even wrote it himself. This might be overstating things, but it's certainly well worth a read.)

If our feedback loop is converging on any attractor, our only way to predict it is to study the dynamics of the loop itself. The assertion that any stage in this loop - mass opinion, the official information organs, or Washorg-4 proper - has any tendency to converge on sanity and good sense is unsubstantiated at best. It could even be described as laughable. The system could be fluctuating randomly and unpredictably, or it could be headed for some stable point that almost everyone in 2008 would consider horrifying and unbearable.

This is why I am so keen on finding a way to terminate Washorg-4. It is extremely dangerous and completely out of control. What else do you need to know?

What's particularly nasty about the feedback loop of democratic massarchy is that when we ask why Washorg-4 does what Washorg-4 does, when we look to understand or at least predict it, our only answer is that its future actions are best predicted by whatever perspectives are most strongly selected in the loop.

Unfortunately, this includes a class of perspectives like the one I described last week. No one, or at least hardly anyone, who brought us the ruling underclass, the Brahmin-Dalit alliance and the strategy of yi yi zhi yi thought, or thinks, of these policies as ruthless or Machiavellian. Au contraire - in their logic and their stated objective, they are almost saintly.

Because these policies are conceived as saintly, they are very successful in the stage of the feedback loop that involves replicating perspectives. Everyone wants to be saintly. However, because these policies have a ruthless and Machiavellian effect, they are very successful in the sovereign stage of the loop. At each step, they defeat the competition. If there is any effect that will stop this loop from reinforcing itself monotonically over time, it is not obvious to me. It is very possible that the sooner it can be terminated, the easier the job will be.

I know I am turning into a hopeless Charles Francis Adams groupie, but let's take one last look at that essay I mentioned the other week. What's so neat about "An Undeveloped Function" is that Adams not only explains the past, but provides a horrifying glimpse of the future. Of course, he thinks he is helping, but he is dead wrong.

Take a look at his conclusion:
As I have also, more than once already, observed, this Association is largely made up of those occupying the chairs of instruction in our seminaries of the higher education. From their lecture rooms the discussion of current political issues is of necessity excluded. There it is manifestly out of place. Others here are scholars for whom no place exists on the political platform. Still others are historical investigators and writers, interested only incidentally in political discussion. Finally some are merely public-spirited citizens, on whom the oratory of the stump palls. They crave discussion of another order. They are the men whose faces are seen only at those gatherings which some one eminent for thought or in character is invited to address. To all such, the suggestion I now make cannot but be grateful. It is that, in future, this Association, as such, shall so arrange its meetings that one at least shall be held in the month of July preceding each presidential election. The issues of that election will then have been presented, and the opposing candidates named. It should be understood that the meeting is held for the purpose of discussing those issues from the historical point of view, and in their historical connection. Absolute freedom of debate should be insisted on, and the participation of those best qualified to deal with the particular class of problems under discussion, should be solicited. Such authorities, speaking from so lofty a rostrum to a select audience of appreciative men and women could, I confidently submit, hardly fail to elevate the standard of discussion, bringing the calm lessons of history to bear on the angry wrangles and distorted presentations of those whose chief, if not only, aim is a mere party supremacy.
The basic point of the essay is that politics in the 19th century went mad, and took public opinion with it. Or possibly the other way around. Or both. In any case, in the world of 1901, political hysteria is rampant and unchecked, and the sanity of the 1860s (!) is a distant memory.

And what is his solution? It is the worst idea I could possibly think of. It makes little Jimmy Madison's genius prophecy, that the United States will be too large to have political parties, look like Hari Seldon on his best day.

Adams proposes to introduce historians into politics. That is, he believes that persons such as himself, possessed of tremendous taste, experience and judgment, can raise the level of public opinion by bringing historical perspective to factional political debates. A very common sort of thought for an aristocrat of Adams' Liberal Republican or Mugwump ilk.

While as far as I know this specific proposal was never implemented, it is certainly the case that over the next twenty years the American intellectual class began its great project of capturing public opinion, at the expense of barbaric political chiefs, old-school press lords, capitalist robber barons, and others now routinely depicted as demonic. The project was essentially complete by 1933, when the dilettante figurehead FDR took power at the head of his academic "brains trust" - installed courtesy of Southern racists, urban Irish and Italian machines, and the other corrupt vote banks that comprised the Democratic party. All of whom would get, as Mencken so nicely phrased it, the government they deserved.

The only problem with this triumph is expressed by a little saying I once heard, which is that if you put a drop of wine in a barrel of sewage, you get a barrel of sewage. If you put a drop of sewage in a barrel of wine, you get a barrel of sewage. The saying did not go on to remark that if you put a dam at one end of Napa Valley and a sewer line at the other, you get a whole wine industry devoted to bottling sewage and selling it as Cabernet. But we can infer it.

Adams, who really ought to have known better, thought it would be possible to improve the American political system by connecting it to the American intellectual system. Perhaps he thought he had some kind of one-way valve (that "select audience of appreciative men and women," perhaps?) that he could install between the two. The result was inevitable, abominable, and yet grimly hilarious. Somewhere, Lord Acton is certainly laughing.

95 Comments:

Blogger G. M. Palmer said...

Okay --

but 1) haven't you already said this

and 2) what are you proposing we do?

I understand that you maintain a diagnoser does not have to recommend a cure -- but I would like an idea of at least a treatment.

Especially to see if it's any better than the current disease.

GMP

February 21, 2008 at 6:39 AM  
Anonymous Max said...

Another engaging essay Menicus, thanks. I do take some exception to these fragments however:

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But psycharchy is also very unreliable as a mechanism of internal control. If you need to prevent your residents from organizing private paramilitary movements, tell them not to organize private paramilitary movements, warn them if they do, and if they don't desist, arrest them. Not only is this is about twelve million times easier and less intrusive than brainwashing generations of children to swear obedience to the State, it's also a heck of a lot more effective. Children are notoriously fickle. If you tell them to think X, sometimes they decide to think Y instead, just for the pleasure of misbehaving.

Worse, if psycharchy relies on propagating a perception of reality that a sensible, independent person would not share, it is unstable in the nastiest way. The so-called "marketplace of ideas" is a strange market indeed when your friendly local sovorg has a thumb on every scale. But if the thumb ever starts to slip, look out. The truth has strange advantages of its own. A sovorg whose continued rule depends on successful psycharchy is like a city below sea level. It can engineer the world's best seawalls, dikes, and levees, but only one of them has to fail.

""

I'm not sure it is quite as unstable as you claim. Sensible, independent people have and indeed continue to share views which seem patently silly for millennia: I believe the phenomenon is known as religion. As long as any modality of thought presents a superficially convincing narrative and is shared by enough people to produce a herd effect, such things can persist even in the absence the continued existence of your sovorg or a cessation in your ability to suppress dissent militarily.

Psycharchy is also probably easier to live with (on both the giving and receiving ends) than the wheeling out of the mitrailleuse whenever things get fractious. It can presumably be done fairly cheaply, given that you are educating the brats of your citizens anyway: perhaps we could call this promoting citizenship, which sounds entirely unobjectionable and perhaps even noble.

Given these kinds of incentives to engage in psycharchy I'm frankly suprised that I haven't personally seen more examples of its widespread deployment. I certainly can't recall being told about the wonders of democracy as a wide-eyed infant - but then if I had, perhaps I wouldn't be an avid consumer of Molbuggian thought. However, since you seem to believe that this phenomenon is fairly widespread, could you be as kind as to provide a few links to some examples?

February 21, 2008 at 7:12 AM  
Blogger Leonard said...

If we design systems of government ... we are erring on the safe side.

No. If you design anything, you've already erred, in making the assumption that only a designed artifact may solve a problem. The market is not designed. For that matter, hominids are not designed.

A government is either (a) the default pattern, or (b) whatever organization militarily suppresses the default pattern.

This is a poor definition for several reasons. Most obvious is that almost all "default pattern suppression", at all times in history, is not based on military suppression. This does happen in extremes, but it is not the day to day reality. Rather, the day to day reality is people operating within a non-default learned template of government -- one of your golfballs. That is, they are self-governed, even in the harshest dictatorships.

Your definition suggests that the military is the most important thing about government. It isn't, which is why the USA is failing in Iraq. The most important thing in government is those funky golfballs.

Furthermore, you should distinguish between military and police. Almost all state coercion is performed by police, where we may define the term as meaning "hominid who uses force to make other unarmed hominids to do something". Those golfballs above? Formed by police, over a long term. Military, by contrast, is a "hominid who uses force to disarm other hominids". There's a huge difference here.

As for your take on AC, well, it's quite shallow really. You take the overlap of "territories" as essentially meaningless, whereas it is at the heart of the matter. If multiple governments are all available to you by a stroke of a pen, then you can play them off against each other. You can demand good terms, and realistically hold them to their terms by simple market methods.

As for why these ideas flourish, if a political philosophy attracting some 0.01% of the population can be said to flourish, it is in part as you say: sour grapes at disempowerment. However, there is much more to it than that. There are an infinity of possible ideas to prefer to social democracy, if it does not grant you power. Why this particular one? Perhaps you might consider that. Is there some attraction to it that does not revolve around considerations of power?

February 21, 2008 at 7:40 AM  
Blogger Leonard said...

What's puzzling about psycharchy is that psycharchy basically sucks. Yet we see it everywhere. Unraveling this mystery is crucial, I feel, to an understanding of democracy.

"Psycharchy" only sucks if you are outside its influence. But most people are not -- to them, the quality of service may suck, but the consent manufacture itself does not. In fact they insist on it.


psycharchy is also very unreliable as a mechanism of internal control.

It is? Could have fooled me.

Psycharchy is so clearly superior to legarchy that the former has practically vanished. (Iraq under Saddam might have been a legarchy according to your standards.) Why is that? You clearly don't know; perhaps it bears thinking on?

I have one suggestion: the question of elites, and elite power. To run a large modern state, you need an elite class: the question then is, how do you control them? And what if you don't? Yes, sometimes citizens may think their way outside of the Psych. But that doesn't matter -- they're just one man, an atom. If one does, and he is stupid enough to push it to the breaking point, you just kill him. Think, oh, that guy in Missouri recently -- http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,329767,00.html

But top elected officials? Powerful men? They are not atoms, by definition. So, they can cause serious problems for the state -- er, sovcorp, Er, sovorg. But only if they can organize their followers to challenge it. The beauty of democratic psycharchy is that it breaks the otherwise natural connection between leader and followers.

Thus you get some strange spectacles in democracy. A candidate, who wants in the severest way possible an office, is defeated in the polls, and what does he do? Does he take to the streets and put the challenge to the grapeshot? No, he calls a press conference where he concedes defeat, and calls upon everyone to rally round the victor! Even though 2 days ago they were scrapping like animals! Consider Romney of recent. And consider what Clinton will say when she bows out to Obama.


if psycharchy relies on propagating a perception of reality that a sensible, independent person would not share, it is unstable in the nastiest way.

No, it isn't. It can always fall back on force. And in fact, the very sorts of laws you identify as "legarchy", we have. Treason and whatnot. But consider, during the long times when consent is successfully engineered, no such force is necessary. Thus, more resources are available for whatever else is deemed important -- cushy pay for the congress and police and teachers, maybe even a small tax break now and then for the rabble.

February 21, 2008 at 8:42 AM  
Anonymous Randy said...

"By handing a tiny slice of power to each of its residents, democracy performs the most essential task of a political structure: rewarding its supporters. If you can convince yourself to see this transaction as sordid and onanistic, you have taken a big step toward ademotism."

Very good. And the key is to recognize that those who pay rent are not owners - by definition.

February 21, 2008 at 9:11 AM  
Blogger Byrne said...

In the absence of a superior force which constrains its actions, the only distinction between a "protection agency" and a "government" appears to be that the former exhibit territorial overlap. Especially given hominid territorial instincts, can any such system be militarily stable?

...

If the advantage of overlapping is, as it appears, that it lets you call your governments "protection agencies," I have to question the sincerity of the proposal.


That isn't the sole advantage. One of the reasons that these tiny, mercantile, monarchist or crypto-monarchist states are so successful is that they keep switching costs low. Their rules all know that if they raise taxes or cut service, lots of their richest taxpayers will flee -- and that if they put restrictions on such flight, that's pretty much the end of any positive brain-drain they might have had. Nick Szabo has details.

Think about the relationships people have with: their governments, their landlords, their employers, their investments. There's a pretty direct correlation between higher exit costs and higher customer satisfaction. Most of us hate the government, lots of us hate our landlords, many of us don't like our jobs -- but I've never met someone who owned a stock and hated it and wished they could get rid of it, but didn't. If changing governments gets more like trading stocks, we'll be similarly well-off.

(I'm not sure about the military stability factor. I imagine these states would also insure other states against violent acts by their citizens -- so if you're a resident of the Sovereign State of Google, you'll be able to cross the country with a nuclear device in hand -- whereas if you're a citizen of Mugabe Protection Associates, ltd., you won't be able to walk a block without getting hassled, strip-searched, or otherwise rights-violated. This doesn't help prevent 9/11, unless you also consider the kind of insurance premia airlines will face if they let just any Paddy O'Nihilatethelimeys or Mohammed al-Ka'boom on a flight.)

February 21, 2008 at 10:20 AM  
Anonymous icr said...

Given these kinds of incentives to engage in psycharchy I'm frankly suprised that I haven't personally seen more examples of its widespread deployment.

Check out the link below and start groping toward enlightenment:
http://isteve.blogspot.com/2008/02/harriet-tubmania.html

February 21, 2008 at 10:22 AM  
Blogger TGGP said...

I remain perplexed out how awful you think WashOrg-4 is. The standard of living really is amazingly high compared to pretty much anything. There's hardly any violence for those that don't wish to engage in it. If you don't like public schools, then home-school or better yet unschool your children. The fact that you continue to live in the Bay Area strikes me as funny as those lefties who keep saying how much better Canada or Europe is while declining to go live there.

You give too short shrift to anarchy. I'm not an anarchist but I try to seriously engage it. I've been reading Bruce Benson's "The Enterprise of Law", which has numerous case studies of how what we might call anarchy actually worked for a fairly long time in the past. If we can fault them for disappearing and being replaced by modern demotisms, can we not do the same for monarchies? Two Cato Unbounds you should check out are Peter Leeson's "Who Needs Government? Pirates, Collapsed States, and the Possibility of Anarchy" and Anthony de Jasay's "Is Limited Government Possible?"

February 21, 2008 at 11:44 AM  
Anonymous Michael S. said...

Psycharchy and physarchy are useful concepts and I hope the terms may come into wider use even though I do not think all the phenomena of social organization necessarily fall under one or the other heading.

Pyscharchy and physarchy do not apply only to the human species, but also to its relations with other species. The domestication of animals may be understood as an almost complete triumph of psycharchy. Domestic species have been reduced to docility by selective breeding that perpetuates neonatal behavior long past its normal period, so that the animals become dependent on their human owners throughout life in the same way a newborn is dependent on its dam. This breeding for psychological dependence is more successful with some species than with others. Cattle and dogs, for example, have been more thoroughly domesticated than horses or cats.

Human psycharchy can be seen as an effort on the part of masters (members of an élite) to domesticate their subordinates. The reason it fails is that human genetics have never been as completely within the control of this élite as the genetics of domesticated animal species. Our ancestors groped towards this objective with their notions of patrician and plebeian, noble and ignoble, etc., but these efforts were more geared towards defining and elevating the élite than towards producing a docile non-élite. They therefore resorted to physarchy or legarchy in ways we now find unacceptable, e.g., by making many more types of misbehavior capital offenses than now are subject to it.

Religion may be a primitive psycharchy in part. Whig historians were fond of citing examples of how it had been so used, describing them as 'priestcraft.' Yet there are enough historical examples of how religion has worked in ways contrary to the interest of a would-be manipulative élite that it is best seen as an unreliable tool for such a purpose.

Serious attempts at psycharchy (or human domestication) are fairly recent and coincide with the great totalitarianisms of the twentieth century. Whereas older political philosophies did not pretend that it was possible to change basic human nature, they did. We should not be at all surprised that I.P. Pavlov was highly esteemed by the Bolsheviks. It is in keeping with Marxism that they thought a mere change in environmental conditions was sufficient to bring about changes in human nature and that, aided by economic reorganization and conditioned response alone, "New Socialist Man" would ultimately emerge. Nazism admitted the necessity of considering hereditary influence, as evidenced by its adoption of eugenics, the Ahnenerbe, the Lebensborn program, etc. None of these availed to develop the Übermensch.

We conclude that the attempt to domesticate man is a failure. Psycharchy is useful only to the extent that it is spontaneously self-developed. I have referred before to the necessity of trust - the presumption of honesty - in all but the most basic and primitive of human transactions. It is impossible to develop this solely by the fear of physical or legal consequences administered by others. If the only incentive for honesty and fidelity was the risk of punishment, society could not function. It would have to devote too much of its time and effort to punishment to accomplish anything else. People have to see telling the truth and doing what they promise as serving their own long-term interests so that even when lying or breaking their word has high prospects of short-term reward and negligible short-term risk, they avoid those behaviors. This is the beginning of ethics as well as the foundation of any sound economic order.

Because human society is hierarchical in nature, it is essential to this end that its leadership place a high value on truthfulness, fidelity, and loyalty - that package of traits the Greeks knew as arete or philotimia, the Romans as virtus (most imperfectly rendered in English as "virtue," the meaning of which has substantially been altered by Judeo-Christianity). No society that fails to reward or lacks these characteristics can long prosper or be happy.

February 21, 2008 at 11:58 AM  
Blogger George Weinberg said...


A more interesting question is whether a system of nonterritorial "protection agencies," as proposed by anarcho-capitalists like Murray Rothbard and David Friedman, can exist.


well, obviously something like that can exist, because it has, the cannonical example being medieval iceland.

If the advantage of overlapping is, as it appears, that it lets you call your governments "protection agencies," I have to question the sincerity of the proposal.

The point is that if one can de facto fire and replace one's protection agency, one is sovereign over one's territory. For some reason this state appears not to be particularly desirable to you even if it could be achieved. It is to me.

BTW, I was able to dig up an old usenet post in which a "mikelevins" lists quite a few historical examples of what he considers to be "successful anarchies". I don't know much about the societies in question, perhaps some other readers do.

February 21, 2008 at 12:04 PM  
Blogger Evan said...

The Princeton Alumni Weekly recently devoted an issue to the 25 most influential Princeton alumni, and Madison was #1. They had George Will write a short essay about him, and the conclusion seems to be that Madison correctly diagnosed the problem, but his solution didn't work out as intended. My favorite part though is the write up for Woodrow Wilson (#3): "America’s 28th president achieved a host of domestic reforms, including the creation of the Federal Reserve System, the income tax, and the Federal Trade Commission, which ushered in a new era of government regulation." I guess they didn't distinguish between being positively influential and negatively influential.

You can read it here.

February 21, 2008 at 12:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello again Mencius! You have a very analytical way of approaching these issues that some might say hardly seems consistent with your constant references to Occams Razor which prefers simpler more direct explanations for social or scientific phenomena...
That aside, the Science that is mostly ignored today is that of Genetics and Hereditary Traits that easily explain some of the more horrendous results of the Universal Suffrage Democracy that afflicts both the United States and Western Europe. The Psychiatric industry is unfortunately dominated by certain crooked nosed goblins that have a vested interest in SUPPRESSING genetic research and especially CERTAIN GENETIC EVIDENCE that would IRREVOCABLY REFUTE the claims of Socialism that form the basis of their precariously teetering DELUSIONS OF GRANDEUR.
Obviously, since the Washorg-4 is based ENTIRELY on the FALSE HOPES of Socialism and the CONTINUATION OF IGNORANCE about Genetic Causes of Social Dysfunction - I do not expect it to in any way be relevant in finding SOLUTIONS to the problems facing the Western World or the United States!
This obviously means that the members of Washorg-4 and the Financiers of Doom that support them are merely OBSTACLES to any RELEVANT CHANGES that might fix the problems facing the United States and by extension the Civilized World. Whether this would indicate their IMMINENT DESTRUCTION or not depends heavily on whether they will wisely step aside for REAL SOLUTIONS or STUBBORNLY PERSIST on being an OBSTACLE TO NEEDED REFORMS...
History, of which I have always been an avid student, tells us that IF THEY DO NOT STEP ASIDE, then the United States will either FRAGMENT/BALKANIZE on its own or if artificially held together through Force will HAVE TO REFORM OR DIE! The Economic Implications of Socialism are All Too Obvious Now with the Death of the Soviet Empire and the Changes in China from a Socialist Empire to a Capitalist Serfdom.
Only through the Continuation of Economic Strength in the United States and the West can now-client states like China possibly avoid Starvation and Ruin similar to Sub-Saharan Africa (see Zimbabwe).
The pursuit of socialist programs in the USA and Western Europe has reduced the possibility of this Continued Prosperity however, as the DISASTERS OF THE 1960s have now reached fruition in the Reduction of Productive Citizenry to Soon-Minorities of their Nations' Population which is CLEARLY ECONOMIC SUICIDE!
If in the NEXT DECADE to perhaps A.D. 2020, there are NO SIGNIFICANT POLITICAL OR ECONOMIC CHANGES from the Socialist Paradigm - it will be TOO LATE TO PREVENT COMPLETE MELTDOWN! This Next U.S. Presidential Election seems highly suggestive that the Powers That Be do not seem to realize the SCOPE of the DISASTER that lies just around the corner, but if these people DO NOT STOP SOON, then it becomes OBVIOUS that either VIOLENT REVOLT or CIVIL WAR will BE INEVITABLE...

The Pie is getting SMALLER for the ones who want a piece, and if they don't stop the DECLINE it will become TOO SMALL for Everyone to get One Piece or Even a Crumb...

"Let them eat cake?" HAH!

The Eye of Horus sees All.

February 21, 2008 at 6:19 PM  
Blogger TGGP said...

Horus, ease up on the caps. Try to only capitalize the first letter in a sentence or a name.

February 21, 2008 at 6:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there any way you could do a "road map" or table of contents post for new readers? Something that links to your major posts so that we noobs could get a more complete picture.

thanks

February 21, 2008 at 10:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To answer TGGP (and I hope you are recovering well from your recent ordeal):

I get the feeling that the main problem of WashOrg-4 from MM's perspective (and many other people's) is crime and mess.

Same here in the UK - most of the place is dangerous and dirty.

The UK didn't use to be so crime-ridden - 40 years ago when I was a kid we didn't lock the back door of the house and I once left my bicycle unsecured outside the 'drugstore' for three days before I remembered and went back to reclaim it.

But the UK has always been pretty dirty in most places - in city residential areas (like where I live) it is almost a matter of wading through dog faeces.

This is what I find most striking when I go to the Germanic nations in Europe - they feel safer, and they are surely much cleaner and neater. The same applies to Scandinavia, tho' I haven't been there.

Maybe that is an alternative cultural model which deserves reconsideration - the German?

I tend to think of the Britain and Germany as having provided two of the most successful cultural models - the German 'city' model spread out locally (like a benign tumour) through Europe to embrace the Baltic/ Hanseatic ports, parts of Poland, Hungary, and many other cites now in other countries (such as Strasbourg, now in France).

The British model metastasized (ie more like a blood or lymph-borne malignant cancer) across various seas to remote parts - the Anglosphere plus the rest of Empire (where it didn't always survive).

The US is a combination of mostly British plus some German (especially the Universities) and home grown stuff. The US has exported quite a lot, but not its governance model (except perhaps to modern Germany?). Britain is still punching above its weight - especially in exporting invented new sports - the latest being Twenty20 cricket which is almost exploding in popularity India as we speak.

But maybe now it is time to revisit the German cultural tradition, which was a very 'good thing' for several centuries until it went bad in the mid-twentieth?

I have a feeling that the old German city-state way of doing politics might (with modern modifications) be a more widely-applicable model than Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai.

Or maybe not...?

BGC

February 22, 2008 at 3:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I second TGGP. Ease up on the caps. I'd also suggest line breaks between paragraphs.

February 22, 2008 at 4:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dennis Mangan discovered another good blogger in the Saileresque vein:
http://academywatch.blogspot.com/2008/02/why-we-blog-part-two-race.html

February 22, 2008 at 5:37 AM  
Anonymous wilberforce said...

"well, obviously something like that can exist, because it has, the cannonical example being medieval iceland."

iceland is an historical oddity for a number of reasons (small size, unusual environmental pressures, settled by refugees from a norwegian tyrant) and it was not really 'anarchy'; there was a law court (the althing) whose decisions were binding; chieftaincies, etc.

george, your usenet post says:

"In all these examples the Weberian
state is either absent, remote, impotent, or otherwise tenuous.... People participated in markets in the absence of strong state
power; in most of them we know that people used courts that did not
depend on a state or on coercive use of force for their influence; in most of them we know that judgements were pecuniary and law was made by
precedent."

i don't know how true this is for the rest of his examples (saxon england, for instance), but icelandic courts were dependent on 'coercive use of force', it's just that the force was applied by everybody (there being no constabulary, of course). and judgments could be financial or in 'blood' -- in other words, someone could be outlawed. anyway, the 'weberian' state didn't really exist anywhere in the world at this point. (private feuds and blood revenge were still the way things were settled in england until the 15th or 16th c., as i recall).

an excellent book about icelandic law for those who care is bloodtaking and peacemaking.

February 22, 2008 at 8:15 AM  
Blogger George Weinberg said...

Just to clarify, I wasn't saying medieval Iceland was non-coercive or an "anarchy", but that the "protection agencies" ( gothar) had overlapping areas of jurisdiction, so an Icelander could end his relationship with his old gothi and enter a new one without abandoning or selling his property.

I don't call myself an anarchist because I think it's inevitable that some group will exert coercion over a region, and whether you call that group "government" or "sedentary bandit" or "protection agency" is just quibbling over terminology. But I think theory and experience indicate that a low cost of changing jurisdictions helps minimize the depredations of governments or whatever, and ideally it would be possible to change jurisdictions without relocating. The Iceland example shows that this is possible, at least under some circumstances.

February 22, 2008 at 10:33 AM  
Anonymous nick said...

This blog and most of the comments are still stuck in a false dichotomy that excludes a very large and important middle.

We are given a choice on the one hand of "sovereign government" -- MM segues straight from "government" to "sovereign" without so much as a glance at the possibility that their might be any other kind -- and on the other hand of "anarchy."

But this excludes what much of the politics and law of England and its colonial offshoots, among many other examples, was for most of their history -- divided, non-sovereign governments. There are a number of kinds of such division -- the most familar being federalism and the separation of powers. But the most interesting of all is the unbundling of political property rights.

Unbundled political property rights reduce exit costs far more than sovereignty, because they don't come bundled with the power to exclude normally associated with sovereignty and real property. But they radically violate the nonsensical polisci dichotomy of sovereign government vs. "anarchy" that is taught in schools.

February 22, 2008 at 1:57 PM  
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If one believes that the chief benefit of democracy is not representation, but friction, this is not true at all.

February 22, 2008 at 4:12 PM  
Blogger George Weinberg said...

Say, Nick, this is a little OT, but can you explain to me why somebody would pay for something like the power of infangthief? It seems to me that if thieves are going to be hanged anyway, having responsibility for actually hanging them is more a burden than an asset.

February 22, 2008 at 4:54 PM  
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George Weinberg: why somebody would pay for something like the power of infangthief? It seems to me that if thieves are going to be hanged anyway, having responsibility for actually hanging them is more a burden than an asset.

It's quite possible to own property with negative value -- you have to pay somebody to get rid of it. But in general these franchises had and would have positive financial value. The sources of this value are different for different kinds of jurisdictions. A very common one is the ability to collect court fees and other charges for specific services.

In the particular case of infangthief, it's associated with protecting personal property -- this can be the jurisdiction owner's own or can be somebody else the JO is protecting as a service.

Thus, let's say I owned a high-tech version of infangthief for Windy County: I had the property right to kill any larcenist anywhere within said county as long as the theft and identity of the thief was clearly recorded on video, and the thief's survivors could not prove any legal defenses to theft. I might lease or sell subdivisions of this right to shopping malls. I might operate a security service based on exercise of this right, to which retail businesses would subscribe. A variety of property transfers and contractual relationships are possible to profit from holding this property right.

(A more realistic modern example would be a propertized shopkeeper's privilege, since I doubt malls want to have this kind of threat hanging over their customers' heads, but infangthief is more entertaining :-)

This property right might or might not be a territorial monopoly, i.e. only one owner can own the right (and thus exercise the jurisdiction) for any given territory. Traditionally this was the case, but it's possible to envision overlapping or multiple owners per territory as well, as with the Icelandic gothar you cite. The most important thing is the auditing of the procedural requirements associated with the right, to ensure that they were followed. If the JO breaches the procedural requirements, this is a tort against the victim of the breach; in extreme or overly repeated cases it is a breach of the property deed which causes the property, under a _quo warranto_ proceeding, to revert to a previous owner.

February 22, 2008 at 5:53 PM  
Anonymous Michael S. said...

Just a note: infangthief was not the right to kill thieves, but the right to capture any thief within the feu. Outfangthief was the right to take any of one's tenants for thievery outwith the feu. The actual right to punish thieves were those of fossa et furca, pit and gallows. The pit was for drowning female criminals and the gallows for hanging males.

That these rights were avidly sought is proved by the traffic in properties held in liberam baroniam to which they adhered, and the even higher price placed on feus that were accompanied by regalities, the right to try and punish what were normally the pleas of the crown.These persisted in Scotland until after the rising of 1745, when the Westminster parliament took away most heritable jurisdictions. However as recently as the mid-twentieth century the Scots jurist Sir Thomas Innes of Learney maintained the right of baronial courts to place trespassers in the stocks still existed.

February 23, 2008 at 12:01 PM  
Anonymous nick said...

michael s., what is your reference? Standard references cite it as a right to "punish", "judge", and/or "hang" a thief taken within the territory, not merely to capture.

It's quite possible, indeed I'd say quite likely, that the definition and procedures changed a number of times over the many centuries in which infangthief flourished, and varied between different legal systems (e.g. between England and Scotland, between manors and boroughs, etc.)

February 23, 2008 at 12:44 PM  
Anonymous nick said...

BTW, since this is a bit OT consider continuing the thread on political property rights here, where I recently posted more extensive thoughts on the subject.

February 23, 2008 at 2:24 PM  
Blogger George Weinberg said...

I like the idea of unbundling powers or rights in general and of having a central authority which controls the army and settles jurisdictional disputes but isn't involved in law enforcement (or even law making) and can't overturn verdicts.

February 23, 2008 at 6:22 PM  
Anonymous Michael S. said...

Nick - Sir John Skene in 1597 wrote that "In this Realme he is called Barrone quha haldis his landes immediatelie in chiefe of the King and has power of pit and gallows."

A couple of web-accessible sources on feudal baronies are www.hughpeskett.co.uk/008BARONY/BARONY.HTM and www.peerage.org/genealogy/Baronies.htm#Regalities. Peskett again mentions pit and gallows.

All the old Scottish crown charters before the Heritable Jurisdictions Act of 1747 listed at length the rights conveyed with the barony, such as sack and soke, mills, biggings, fishings, etc., always ending with infangthief and outfangthief, pit and gallows. If the right to execute criminals was inherent in infangthief and outfangthief one would not suppose there was a reason to enumerate pit and gallows in addition.

I am not familiar with English law on these points, which ceased to be applicable at a much earlier time than did the comparable Scots feudal law, and which is probably not so well documented.

February 24, 2008 at 3:02 PM  
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should be

Democracy as an historical phenomenon.

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Blogger Aaron Davies said...

Only if you drop your "h"s.

February 25, 2008 at 4:44 AM  
Anonymous nick said...

michael s. -- great info as usual, thanks!

February 25, 2008 at 2:56 PM  
Anonymous nick said...

George, that's a nice succinct summary of what I am proposing, although we probably should also unbundle armed forces from judging jurisdictional disputes.

N.B., I envision a wide variety of private security forces, rather than or in addition to a centralized military. I've naturally thought quite a bit more about the legal than the defense structure. For security the main problems I see are ensuring that whoever is armed is separate from the law-making and judging (avoid people being judges over their own military power or acts) and that those with arms follow and execute the law properly. Nothing except the highly unfortunate need to fight large foreign armies suggests to me the need for a large centralized military.

February 25, 2008 at 3:07 PM  
Anonymous David Friedman said...

"Can hominids exist without government in this sense? No, because hominids are social and violent. "

This is false. I offer as one counterexample the Comanche. They were both social and violent, and they had no government in your sense--no chief ruling the tribe. For details, see E. Adamson Hoebel, The Law of Primitive Man, which has quite a good chapter on the Plains Indians.

February 26, 2008 at 3:09 PM  
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while i appreciate the lecture on the nature of authority and legitimation, what's funny is that what MM seems to pine for, a bureaucratic meritocracy (beyond corruption?) based on a (critical) rational-legal mode of thought, is thoroughly inculcated by the educational system, including (elite) universities, and now the (gov't financed and created) internet; where have we heard that one before? oh, everywhere and france. rotflmao.

start with the alpha male right of kings -- sovereignty: a) the ability to control borders (a monopoly on violence within your domain) and b) the ability to mint currency* (issue debt/establish a line of credit) based on 'a' -- seigniorage -- or, perhaps more realistically, upon which 'a' helps. (like marx was wrong about the extraction of surplus value from labor because that was, essentially, protection money-cum-capital accumulation.) you're not going to get anywhere if you don't start there (else you're just another high priest of the academy ;) and that's what they teach you in school...

um, so, given that the above has been pretty well established for a few centuries, if not millennia (i.e. the entirety of hominid civilisation, e.g. history) then ask yourself, do people nowadays pretty much get to do what they 'want' (or, at least, are socialised to do)? i'll go out on a limb and suggest that, yup, people still have the freedom to do whatever it is the hell they (think they) want, or try to at least.** and if they want to do something collectively they still have to convince other people of it. so what's the problem? people can do stuff anyway and what's to stop them? government? gee!

another way to put this is that when people generally move (apart from, say, starvation, oppression/repression, job opportunities) it is usually because of the weather, which, i would submit, is probably a good reason why our gracious host -- UR, not google, altho that too -- continues to reside in the bay area. you've voted with your feet;-i daresay, that's what's been going on since, well, since there's been feet, nevermind whether they're two legged!

so while MM might like to position himself as some voice-in-the-wilderness political maverick -- too cool for school -- he just ends up positioning, or is that posturing? but hey, fwiw, everyone's doing it :P

cheers!

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*locke btw thought money functioned mostly as collective memory, of keeping track (the unit of account emph/part of the whole store of value and means of exchange thing), which may be of interest to anyone believing in the power of mold (or not!); like it's an interesting insight, i think, that money is whatever we agree it to be... isn't that the dream of a ridiculous man?
**which is all we can really ever ask for :P

February 26, 2008 at 9:35 PM  
Blogger G. M. Palmer said...

anonymous (the last one) --

that's precisely my problem with MM's proposed solutions -- the assumption that the meritocratic / capitalocratic corporate system of governance would somehow serve us better. I have no doubt that MM thinks that it would -- and, as he has set it up, it might.

But I think it has an unacceptably high potential for abuse. Especially because if you are a resident of Sovorg A and it goes to hell in a handbasket, how are you going to afford to move to Sovorg B, even if movement is not restricted? Who will buy your house? How will you have any money at all? If, for example, Sovorg B has a 3% unemployment rate and Sovorg A has a 30% rate, how will you get a job in S.B.?

If you live in North Korea (or Detroit) can you move to Dubai? Would they want you?

February 27, 2008 at 10:52 AM  
Anonymous nick said...

anonymous:
start with the alpha male right of kings -- sovereignty: a) the ability to control borders (a monopoly on violence within your domain) and b) the ability to mint currency*,

This is preposterously false, but does reflect the lie modern (Romanist) political science and pop culture drill into our heads.

Kings rarely had anything like a monopoly of force. It was, at the very least, distributed among the nobility, and often far beyond that. Nor do modern Presidents have a monopoly of force -- surely you know about city police, county sheriffs, state patrols, and private security guards?

The right to mint coins was also often held by cities and other lesser political entities. During the early industrial revolution in England individuals could mint coins. Watt and Boulton's first steam-powered mint had a wide variety of customers, ranging from industrialists minting their own "trade tokens" to colonial corporations minting currencies for their colonies.

Enough with this idiotic "monopoly of force" and "sovereignty" as necessary somehow. This modern totalitarian view couldn't be further from reality.

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That Blair link just took me to a text where he basically tries to say "Wow, there's so much media...it's really hard for anyone on any side to make sense of it all, let alone avoid being rushed into acting".

I do recall TB making a plea that seems far more significant to me now than it did at the (puzzled) time: addressing some international business conference shortly after his accession (IIRC) he told those present that they needed social cohesion in order to provide sufficient stability for their enterprises to yield profit. I take this now to mean a deal was being brokered: his attendance was token of his recognition that the quasi-state actors the int'l corps had become meant he HAD to come to terms with them, and those terms were those of an alliance AGAINST the non-elite population ("You provide the schemes and money to keep the scum occupied, I'll make sure they turn up for work and don't pilfer from the stock-room").

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