Acting in Combination
Nowadays the “problem of collective action” is generally seen as being one of how to generate enough of it, overcoming free‐rider problems and the like.2 But historically, and in some quarters still today, the problem has been seen as there being too much of it. Proponents of the latter view often have no objection to the particular actions being undertaken, so long as they are undertaken by individuals in isolation. What they object to is the sheer fact that those actions are being taken by...[Show more]
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