A friend of mine is an agorist. I'd never heard of it before. Agorism.
Wikipedia says, [Agorism] holds as its ultimate goal bringing about a society in which all relations between people are voluntary exchanges – a free market.
GK Chesterton advocated distributism.
Wikipedia says, The ownership of the means of production should be spread as widely as possible among the general populace, rather than being centralized under the control of the state or a few large businesses or wealthy private individuals.
I don't know how much I believe in politics anymore, but I'm certainly no friend of our current economic system. I like what Houellebecq said. I can't remember the exact words. In Platform. The main character, Michel, says something about how he doesn't believe in having loyalty to anything other than an individual. That resonates with me. So, Agorism, Distributism, whatever, they're all good and nice, but they're ideas, not people.