Henry Hazlitt Quote
Precisely because the State has the monopoly of coercion it can be allowed the monopoly only of coercion. Only if the modern State can be held within a strictly limited agency of duties and powers can it be prevented from regimenting, conquering, and ultimately devouring the society which gave it birth.
Man Vs. the Welfare State (ed. Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1971) - ISBN: 9781610163996