War is the Health of the State

Bourne, Randolph
Year Published:  1918
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX5665

Once the State has begun to function, and a large class finds its interest and its expression of power in maintaining the State, this ruling class may compel obedience from any uninterested minority. The State thus becomes an instrument by which the power of the whole herd is wielded for the benefit of a class.

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