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Disney's Special District Is Not a "City-State" or "Private City"

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05/10/2022Ryan McMaken
Michael Stack

One will occasionally hear from a libertarian activist that Disney World is some sort of model for totally private governance. This is a huge exaggeration of the reality.

Original Article: "Disney's Special District Is Not a "City-State" or "Private City""

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