Sunday, October 17, 2010

We replaces the State

The basic flaw in the statements like, There has to be control of speculation and regulation of markets to curb price peaks and bottoms and we can well manage without the State, is often overlooked. By removing the State the ‘we’ remains which replaces the State. Further, the role of the State becomes all the more crucial in the times of agitation, war, and calamities. Whosoever assumes the leader’s role in such moments becomes the State. That some are directors and others followers is part of the natural order and hence the age-old fourfold division of society seems to be a more reasonable arrangement. [TNM]

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