Of course, and as usual, I feel much closer to Nat's positions than to Bob's on social and soicety issues.
A good example I heard on radio a couple of days ago. When you start playing Monopoly, all players start with the same amount of money. After a few rounds, some players have a lot more money than others. So they can get houses and hotels on the most expensive places. Thus way the poor players get poorer as they have to pay more often, and the rich players get richer, and they get income from rents from their houses and hotels.
The role of a government to ensure a peaceful society is to prevent the poor from becoming poorer.
And of course, I agree with Nat, the playing field is far from being even nowadays.