This chapter aims to explore a tentative path for such a transition, identifying the premises that would empower and legitimise a new political order. It presents the political economy of a prefigurative society emerging from a P2P phase transition. The chapter provides a theoretical approach of a new reconfiguration of the state, referred to as ‘the partner state’, which will support a potential transition by enabling and empowering social production. A set of transformative policy proposals is presented, providing examples related to food and agriculture, which would potentially set up an open-source agricultural revolution. In the agricultural sector, a shift to sustainable, resilient and responsible production practices should be promoted, along with the establishment of complementary fair systems of distribution and consumption. The neo-liberal state legitimises its dominance over its citizens and a general prioritisation of business over welfare, based on the assumptions of the quasi-democratic functions of free markets.