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 Minimal State - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
The minimal state is a polity that restricts its responsibilities to protecting individuals from aggression, theft, breach of contract, and fraud. It maintains only those functions necessary to ensure the protection of liberty and property rights, such as law enforcement, courts, and national defense, while abstaining from economic and social intervention.
 
Author Item    More authors for concept
Minimal State Education   Education
Minimal State Individuals   Individuals
Minimal State Markets   Markets
Minimal State Social Goods   Social Goods
Minimal State Society   Society
Minimal State Taxation   Taxation

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-06-23