Anthony's got some fine ideas for constitutional reform, with some nice reading suggestions.
Of course, there's no chance at all of these ideas being implemented.
And that, for me, is precisely the point. What Anthony's showing - and what the public choice literature demonstrates - is that there's a massive chasm between the way we are actually governed, and the way we should be governed.
He also showing where the most important political division lies. It's not between "left" and "right", and certainly not between Tory and Labour. It's between those who support hiearchical politics, and those who think the people should be given more control over their own lives and over the government.