„It is a double-edged makeshift to entrust an individual or a group of individuals with the authority to resort to violence.“

—  Ludwig von Mises, The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science (1962), Context: It is a double-edged makeshift to entrust an individual or a group of individuals with the authority to resort to violence. The enticement implied is too tempting for a human being. The men who are to protect the community against violent aggression easily turn into the most dangerous aggressors. They transgress their mandate. They misuse their power for the oppression of those whom they were expected to defend against oppression. The main political problem is how to prevent the police power from becoming tyrannical. This is the meaning of all the struggles for liberty. Chapter 5: On Some Popular Errors Concerning the Scope and Method of Economics, § 10 : The Concept of a Perfect System of Government
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—  Robert Anton Wilson American author and polymath 1932 - 2007
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—  Max Stirner, buch Der Einzige und sein Eigentum
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„When an individual wishes to stand in opposition to authority, he does best to find support for his position from others in his group.“

—  Stanley Milgram Social psychologist 1933 - 1984
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—  Kurt Lewin German-American psychologist 1890 - 1947
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„Leadership means that a group, large or small, is willing to entrust authority to a person who has shown judgement, wisdom, personal appeal, and proven competence.“

—  Walt Disney American film producer and businessman 1901 - 1966
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