Libertarians tend to distrust politics and to trust the unregulated operations of the free market, even in areas traditionally regarded as off-limits to market thinking. The American political theorist Terence Ball invites us to imagine a libertarian utopia or “marketopia” in which every good and service is for sale on the open market. What would such a society look like? How would political, legal, and educational institutions be structured? What would happen when all institutions, goods, and services are privatized and citizens become “consumers” and students “customers”? Would Marketopia be an admirable utopia or a detestable dystopia?