Do we want real freedom or not? Doesn’t have to happen overnight but it needs to happen for stability and getting at what has generated all the rhetoric through out the ages. It addresses all the genuine concerns of both the right and left side of any equation. Although it wasn’t grand to be without, pain killers-xrays-surgery-antibiotics-lighting- toilets-quick transport-air conditioning… we had this for a long time before the fight over property.
Also decentralized local production (the way it used to happen) aided by sufficient automation and the network is replacing the market. Markets with their instability and exernalities and issues with oligopoly and monopoly were never quite sufficient. Even as they were better than a lot of prior solutions they were always very wasteful. There was generally a bunch of overstock and inventory and unnecessary transport. Now its can be just in time from the manufacturer to the door and the network search mechanism has replaced the retail store or core physical market function and even the ad function. Fabber tech on the customary market supply side will be pretty revolutionary too. Regardless of the form it takes, employee owned, cooperative, corporate, DAO the ability to combine some centralization with open source and fabber tech will only magnify the decentralized hardening of " the right kind of private property." We will have general suppliers who just fab stuff when ordered over the net and ship it directly from their closest local fabbing center- sometimes by drone.