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America needs fewer laws, not more prisons.

— James Bovard

In addition, Friedman and his followers were proponents of the shallowest of all shallow philosophies: ethical and epistemological relativism. There is no such thing as ultimate moral truths and all of our factual, empirical knowledge is at best only hypothetically true. Yet they never doubted that there must be a state, and that the state must be democratic.

— Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.

— H.L. Mencken

No matter who you vote for, the government gets elected.

Government is an association of men who do violence to the rest of us.

— Leo Tolstoy

The meaning of economic freedom is this: that the individual is in a position to choose the way in which he wants to integrate himself into the totality of society.

— Ludwig von Mises

What luck for rulers that men do not think.

— Adolf Hitler

Taxation is theft; Conscription is slavery; War is murder.

The sort of dependence that results from exchange, i.e., from commercial transactions, is a reciprocal dependence. We cannot be dependent upon a foreigner without his being dependent on us. Now, this is what constitutes the very essence of society. To sever natural interrelations is not to make oneself independent, but to isolate oneself completely.

— Frédéric Bastiat

The "private sector" of the economy is, in fact, the voluntary sector [...] the "public sector" is, in fact, the coercive sector.

— Henry Hazlitt
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