Coercion, Public Opinion, Response

How does a small group (a) maintain coercive control over a much larger group (b)? First, there is public opinion. (a) cannot treat (b) uniformly. (a) must decipher within (b) sub-classes. If (a) can create animosity or division between sub-classes in (b), we will call them (b1), (b2) and (b3), then (a) can divide the …

Investment and savings

Only saved capital can be invested. That government cannot save without aggression is obviously true. Otherwise it would be just another firm competing. That government can invest is thereby made false. Government can employ force and initiate aggression against those it retains non-competitive domination over. Thereby it is able to take from some and give …