Putting the LIMITED Back in Limited Government

“A morally legitimate government must be strong enough to protect an individual’s rights — but not strong enough to violate them. Its specific powers and spheres of activity must be rigorously defined by constitutional law, and, by the same authority, it must be legally shackled from intruding into arenas appropriately left exclusively to private choice and initiative.”

— Andrew Bernstein, Capitalism Unbound: The Incontestable Moral Case for Individual Rights