THE ART OF GOOD GOVERNMENT
Protection without Oppression
Where there is Injury, there must be Protection.
Where there is no Injury,
there is neither cause nor justification
for the interference of law and the exercise of its power.

The need for, and the purpose of government
can be defined by the adverse effects of its absence.

Society needs government, law and order to provide protection from robbery, violence, and the excesses of individual power, and from dishonesty and deception in commerce and industry. Society needs government to resolve conflicting demands on the natural resources, and to prevent pollution and destruction of the shared environment.

In short, and in the clear concise language of Thomas Jefferson,
"the purpose of government is to prevent men from injuring one another".

Jefferson also sought to guard against excessively intrusive and dictatorial government, and to ensure that government fulfils its duties effectively without waste and at minimum cost, summarizing these ideals in his first Inaugural Address given on March 4th, 1801:

"A wise and frugal Government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another yet leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and which shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned: this is the sum of good Government necessary to complete the circle of our felicities".

* To prevent men from injuring one another
* Without further intrusion of their liberties
* To do so productively and cost-effectively.....
this is the Art of Good Government.

To prevent men from injuring one another
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Without further intrusion of their Liberties
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To do so productively and cost-effectively
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The Evolution of Governance
Monarchy to Minority - Left and Right - Government in Decline

The Search for Right Law
Liberty and the Principle of Liberty

CONSTITUTION
Ideals of Constitutionalism
The Great Charter of 1215 - England after Magna Carta
Constitution in the New World
Constitution: the Supreme Law of the Land.

Job-creation requires capital in sufficient quantity and with guaranteed longterm financial reliability to ensure a business is properly set up, and able to maintain the highest international standards in design, production and marketing. Our current banking system does not provide this.
Development Banking for Jobs and Productivity
   
The absence of a fair and sustainable work-reward relationship creates inflation and monetary instability. Job-evaluated pay is already a reality in major companies. Pay, Profit and Price Evaluation can guarantee a fair day's pay, rising productivity, full employment, and a stable monetary unit.
Full Employment. Zero Inflation. And a Fair Day's Pay.


Protection without Oppression
Where there is Injury, there must be Protection.
Where there is no Injury,
there is neither cause nor justification
for the interference of law and the exercise of its power.

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