A Quote by Newton on liberty, freedom, law, government, and law
All of the services commonly thought to require the State—from the coining of money to police protection to the development of law in defense of the rights of person and property—can be and have been supplied far more efficiently and certainly more morally by private persons. The State is in no sense required by the nature of man; quite the contrary.
Source: The Ethics of Liberty, Pages: 188
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