Lincoln proclaimed good government is “of the people, by the people, for the people,” (from Wycliffe’s 14th-century Bible). That last clause provides a tyranny test. Tyranny being any power used “not for the good of those…under it,” but for the tyrants benefit.
Orwell reviewing Hayek’s Road To Serfdom said free markets were “a tyranny probably worse…than that of the state.” He knew tyrants are easier to stop than a “tyrantless tyranny” of bad ideas. A constitution-like balance of powers within economies must ensure they serve “the people.”
Don’t forget the danger of the tyranny of the majority. I believe there can be such a thing as too much cooperation, which can result in the imposition of the will of the majority over that of minorities. True consensus decision making needs to fairly consider the views of all.
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