Longggg essay, op. I can't read it all. All I can say is that socialism works well for those who have political power. And libertarianism works well for those who have economic power. Both systems leave about 90% (let's say) of humanity out of the loop. Both systems are about the elite (whether political or economic) tossing the rest of us a few crumbs to keep us placated while they lead a life of luxury.
But libertarians I have seen to be quite adept at handling mental exercises such as this one:
"The state X can create a company that bulds houses and apartment bulidings without desire for profit and they only care that the company does not go into huge minuses. And then in the end they sell this living space to a familiy for a pretty low price. Let say 50 000 dollars, since that is a real price of a empty apartment/house when they are mass produced and there is no profit. So what happens ? You get more stable familiy since they solved their main problem pretty easily. Plus now this family does not have a loan that will be paying out to some bank for the next 30 years. But instead they will have much more money to buy goods that are product of real economy. What is also pretty good since the money is distributed more equally and supports real producing jobs."
With a price-tag that cheap (relative to what?), you may have a thousand prospective buyers out there. Thus the long waiting lists in socialist countries. I see corruption waiting in the wings. But that's nice that this one family is now happy, stable, and secure. The other 999 will just have to sit on their thumbs.