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Well, we could stop globalization in the US. It would be rather traumatic though. It would probably involve a whole lot of reshuffling. If by stopping globalization you mean making the US self-sufficient, it would require us to move to sustainable forms of energy quickly. We could no longer have our “information economy”: more people would have to build things until the robotics were developed (if foreign labor and transportation were not so artificially cheap we would be hundreds of years more advanced). But sure, it is possible. The US is a resource rich nation, that can produce more than enough food.
I didn’t say anything about the free-market not being able to produce self-sufficiency. You asking if globalization could be stopped. Globalization cannot be stopped without self-sufficiency. In order to have self-sufficiency you have to stop external trade. You could have whatever sort of economy you want within the country, but I suppose that a free-market economy would never lend itself to support self-sufficiency: the profits to be had from exploiting mispriced developing world labor are too great.
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National Capital Freenet Abbreviation NCF Motto To support people of Canada’s national capital region in enjoying the benefits of the internet. Formation September, 1992 Type NGO Legalstatus Non-profit Association Purpose/focus Educational Headquarters Suite 206 Richmond Square, 1305 Richmond Road, Ottawa, Ontario K2B 7Y4 Location Ottawa, Ontario Regionserved
National Capital Freenet (NCF) (French: Libertel de la Capitale Nationale), is a non-profit community organization internet service provider, with the goal of linking people in Canada’s capital of Ottawa and ensuring no Ottawa citizens would be excluded from internet access. 
Founded in September 1992 with the active participation of volunteers, Carleton University, and private industry (which donated communications equipment),  NCF was the second free-net set up worldwide and was patterned after the Cleveland Free-Net that had been established at Case Western Reserve University in 1984. Within a year of its establishment NCF had over 10,000 members. As of January 28, 2012, at least 4,000 members use NCF’s dial-up Internet service.
In many ways the history of NCF parallels that of the Internet itself. In the early 1990s NCF was one of the region’s only service providers and members flocked to it to take advantage of the new technology. Due to its volunteer and donation-based model the organization failed to keep up with the rapid technological changes that occurred in the 1995-2000 period and lost most of its membership to commercial ISPs as a result. Later it floundered trying to make ends meet and finally established itself in the niche market of providing services to disadvantaged segments of the community. NCF board member Jim Elder summarized NCF’s early history: “NCF surfed the wave of Internet success in the first-half of the 1990s, but fell off in 1995 and then tread water. NCF regained some of its ‘mojo’ in the early 2000s, when funding from Industry Canada’s SmartCapital program and several partners helped NCF modernize its back office system and web pages, bringing NCF firmly into the web era.”
The early days of this free-net featured dial up service and web access using the Lynx browser. Members typically used the system to access usenet, telnet, e-mail and Gopher. As the web became popular many new Internet users became NCF members before they went to a PPP provider for graphic access to the web. As the web evolved NCF began offering dial up PPP access.
National Capital FreeNet was started at a luncheon held in October 1991. Jay Weston of the Carleton University Department of Mass Communications and George Frajkor of the School of Journalism and Television Programming invited Dave Sutherland, the director of the university’s Computing and Communication Services Department, to have lunch and discuss the concept of establishing a free-net based on the concept of the Cleveland Free-Net.
In typical university fashion a committee was formed under Sutherland’s leadership and started meeting weekly that same month to lay the groundwork for the free-net. A decision was made to make the endeavour community-based and not part of the university, an approach supported by the university president.
In the summer of 1992, the free-net was activated as a pilot project, using university computer resources that were underutilized over the summer. With help from Industry Canada, Sun MicroSystems was persuaded to donate a computer and Gandalf Technologies provided the first modems.
In September, the Ottawa Citizen carried a front page article by Dominic Lacasse, describing the new pilot free-net project. The article included the dial-in phone number and, as a result, twenty people per day started signing up as members.
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Left-libertarianism (or Left-wing libertarianism) names several related but distinct approaches to politics, society, culture, and political and social theory, which stress equally both individual freedom and social justice. The original school of left-libertarianism is libertarian socialism.
Left-libertarianism can refer generally to three related and overlapping schools of thought:
Libertarian socialism (sometimes called social anarchism or left-libertarianism) is a group of political philosophies that promote a non-hierarchical, non-bureaucratic society without private property in the means of production. Libertarian socialists believe in converting present-day private productive property into common or public goods, while retaining respect for personal property. Libertarian socialism is opposed to coercive forms of social organization. It promotes free association in place of government and opposes the social relations of capitalism, such as wage labor. The term libertarian socialism is used by some socialists to differentiate their philosophy from state socialism, and by some as a synonym for left anarchism.
Adherents of libertarian socialism assert that a society based on freedom and equality can be achieved through abolishing authoritarian institutions that control certain means of production and subordinate the majority to an owning class or political and economic elite. Libertarian socialism also constitutes a tendency of thought that promotes the identification, criticism, and practical dismantling of illegitimate authority in all aspects of life.
Accordingly, libertarian socialists believe that “the exercise of power in any institutionalized formwhether economic, political, religious, or sexualbrutalizes both the wielder of power and the one over whom it is exercised”. Libertarian socialists generally place their hopes in decentralized means of direct democracy such as libertarian municipalism, citizens’ assemblies, trade unions, and workers’ councils.
Political philosophies commonly described as libertarian socialist include most varieties of anarchism (especially anarchist communism, anarchist collectivism, anarcho-syndicalism, and mutualism) as well as autonomism, Communalism, participism, libertarian Marxist philosophies such as council communism and Luxemburgism, and some versions of “utopian socialism” and individualist anarchism.
Mutualism emerged from early nineteenth-century socialism in the work of writers and activists such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon in France and William B. Greene and Dyer Lum in the United States. It is generally considered a market-oriented strand within the libertarian socialist tradition. Mutualists typically accept both individual and co-operative ownership of land and means of production, with trade of products representing equivalent amounts of labor in the free market. Mutualists typically connected their proposals with the establishment of a mutual-credit bank that would lend to producers at a minimal interest rate, just high enough to cover administration. and with ownership of land limited to usufruct, or to personal use and occupation. Drawing from a labor theory of value, mutualist economic writing argued that, in a market freed from privileges to capital, when labor or its product is sold it should receive goods or services embodying “the amount of labor necessary to produce an article of exactly similar and equal utility”. Thus mutualists argued that wealth deriving solely from the ownership of land or capital, rather than from labor, would be replaced by reciprocal trade between laborers. Thus, though Proudhon opposed individuals receiving an income through loans, investments and rent, he wrote that he never intended “…to forbid or suppress, by sovereign decree, ground rent and interest on capital. I think that all these manifestations of human activity should remain free and voluntary for all: I ask for them no modifications, restrictions or suppressions, other than those which result naturally and of necessity from the universalization of the principle of reciprocity which I propose.”
The primary aspects of mutualism are free association, mutualist credit, contract (or federation/confederation), and gradualism (or dual-power). Mutualism is often described by its proponents as advocating an “anti-capitalist free market,” and mutualist economic writing was heavily influential in the development of American individualist anarchism and the development of contemporary left-wing market anarchism.
Mutualists argue that most of the economic problems associated with capitalism each amount to a violation of the cost principle, or as Josiah Warren interchangeably said, “Cost the limit of price.” It was inspired by the labor theory of value, which was popularized, though not invented, by Adam Smith in 1776 (Proudhon mentioned Smith as an inspiration). The labor theory of value holds that the actual price of a thing (or the “true cost”) is the amount of labor that was undertaken to produce it. In Warren’s terms, cost should be the “limit of price,” with “cost” referring to the amount of labor required to produce a good or service. Anyone who sells goods should charge no more than the cost to himself of acquiring these goods. Proudhon also held that the “real value of products was determined by labour time, and that all kinds of labour should be regarded as equally effective in the value-creating process, and he advocated therefore equality of wages and salaries.”
Anarchist communism (also known as libertarian communism) is a theory of anarchism which advocates the abolition of the state, private property, and capitalism in favour of common ownership of the means of production,direct democracy and a horizontal network of voluntary associations and workers’ councils with production and consumption based on the guiding principle: “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need”.
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