How big do you think a government should be? There are many arguments about this area of political theory. Noam Chomsky once commented that 'abolishing the state is not an option' simply because if it was such a good idea it would have been tried already. Some people believe that governments are what stops a people from descending into a lawless, tribal, free-for-all anarchy, other people think that governments are the problem and that if left to their own devices people will get along essentially fine without any external influences or governing body needed. On small islands millionaires are attempting to set up tax-free right-wing Libertarian havens, often consciously modeled on 'Galt's Gulch' and the philosophical writings of Ayn Rand - of unrestricted capitalism and trying to build an anarcho-corporatist utopia. The 2007 video game BioShock served as a pretty decent critique of this idea with it's underwater Objectivist haven of Rapture, and poses the question (one of many): can a society function without a government? Or is it just natural that some form of government must exist, regardless of what it calls itself?