“Shop somewhere else” en masse is cancel culture.
I know why corporations and illegal enterprises stay on the straight and narrow or pretend to: it’s not because of the petty little consumers, even if the band together amplified by media as you wish.
It’s because of court systems / tribunerals / etc, that have more power than they.
When corporations have governments that give them license to grow like a cancer, as the US government does (we don’t use our anti-monopoly laws – ever), their power is such that we end up with duopolies at best: pepsi vs coke, comcast vs local dsl, mcdonalds vs burger king, democrat vs republican.
There is a lot that you showed me about AnCap that is what I like about whatever group it is that I’m supposedly in – libsoc I guess.
People do and can cooperate voluntarily through choice. They need underlying guidelines, whether running an economy or organizing other things in common.
The magic isn’t any kind of invisible hand: the magic is what happens when there is cooperation.
I see “AnCap” as a subsidiary of libertarian socialism, part of a much larger set of processes for a society to function while maximizing freedom and independence.
I’m sure everybody can agree to a heckler’s corner. Every county fair in the USA has a dunking booth where a guy sits there launching insults until you pay a $1 to dunk his ass or try.