Profectus Book 2

Updated: Jul 2, 2020

The State must be so constituted that the scope of its laws permits the individual a certain amount of latitude within which he can move freely. The citizen must not be so narrowly circumscribed in his activities that, if he thinks differently from those in power, his only choice is either to perish or to destroy the machinery of state.

  • Ludwig von Mises - Liberalism: The Classical Tradition

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