I'm 30 years old and i see a trend in the new generation (18-25 y.o):
your economic views are all very similar, you are all neoliberals, all hate taxes and parrots MISES and ROTHBARD and advocate for the free market... this generation also loves to shit in Keynes and all the heterodox economics school..
So i have 3 question for you, they are more of a think exercise to try to make you see the other side of the argument,
1st - Is there any society who developed itself without state coordination? Look, im not talking about state control, i talk about coordination. If so, which one? USA developement was enterely coordenated by the white house, the cold war, the new technologies, even the internet was done with state financiament and army programs, the silicio valley(sp) too. Europe was totally rebuilt by Marshall Plan (sp), China is enterely built with state control and financiament. Do the "invisible hand" and the "spontaneous trades" ever built a succesful nation by themselves?
2nd- How do you stop oligopolies without the State intervention? How do you stop big companies Cartels, Trusts and ect without the state to fiscalize it?
3rd - How to open your country market to the rest of the world if many countries, especially 1st world countries, create a lot of barriers? In the real world, not the theorical world, every country control the imports and exports, how could you do it if others don't?