Law

Under capitalism, the guiding principle of the law is for the individual to respect the rights of everyone by violating the rights of no one.

Objective Law

To place the use of force under objective legal control.

Constitution

A written constitution objectively defines the nature, scope, and limitations of government powers serving as the individual’s protection against the government.

Federalism

Federalism is the principle of dividing political power vertically between federal and local governments.

Political Power

Under capitalism, it is the actions of the government that are regulated so that the rights of the individual are protected.

Democracy

Pure democracy is collectivist mob-rule.