1. CITIZENSHIP BY CHOICE, not birth. State borders cannot restrict the movement of goods or people.
2. NO INHERITANCE. Upon death, a person loses all property rights and his or her wealth is redistributed by a global agency to provide education, healthcare, clean water and meet other basic needs throughout the world.
3. NO MARRIAGE. States cannot establish rules for kinship relations. Child-rearing and other long-term interpersonal relations may be established by individual contracts.
4. NO PRIVATE LANDRIGHTS. States own land, with long-term, including lifetime, leases to individuals, partnerships, businesses and nonprofit organizations.