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Is An Oppressive Government More Desireable than No Government?
As humans we have shared fundamental needs. Take personal survival as an example. To meet this need we must ensure our safety from the violence of each other and from the violence of people who are not members of our society. The mechanism to serve . . . this . . . goal is a government.' Because I agree with Thomas Attig, I must affirm the topic that 'an oppressive government is more desirable than no government.'
Before I continue, I'd like to define a few key terms in the topic. [All definitions are from American Heritage.]
Oppressive is defined as unjust or difficult to bear.
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