A proper government consists in practice of three things: a military— to protect against foreign invaders, a police force — to protect against domestic criminals, and a legal/court system — to settle disputes that arise, and to punish criminals according to objectively predefined laws.
- What is the purpose of government under capitalism?
- Is the government permitted to initiate force?
- How does government carry out its’ duties in practice?
- What is the difference between economic power and political power?
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