This is a quote from the book "The Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...om, is a weird absurdity called “competing governments.” Accepting the basic premise of the modern statists — who see no difference between the functions of government and the functions of
in- dustry, between force and production, and who advocate government ownership of business — the proponents of “competing governments” take the other side of the same coin and declare th
at since competition is so beneficial to business, it should also be applied to government. Instead of a single, monopolistic government, they declare, there should be a number of different gove...
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