NRinger_WhatistheRoleoftheState_10092011

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What is the Role of the State? Political Thinking Sunday, October 09, 2011 Natalie C. Ringer Rasmussen College
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What is the Role of the State? 2 Plato’s Ideal State was that justice was the most important thing for any government or political state and without this justice the state will continue to fail. Plato felt that the person who is in charge should be the most experienced, apt, and qualified person for the job itself. Plato’s “Utopia” would consist of people who are trained for specific positions within the government and these people would never marry or own any real property. The state would have a trained military to keep the peace and people of the governed area safe and organized. There would be a group of people that were in charge of every facet of the everyday life for the people in the governed land. Each person would have a placed and they would all have a job to complete within the state. The procreation of children would also be controlled by the state and the selection of
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