Expanding government to encompass the common good commonly leads to nogood

China defends it's actions in terms of the common good for the people. Mao Zedong (and incidentally, the Aus Greens) took it one step further and used the common good of future unborn generations as a rationale for oppression of current citizens. The common good is an infinitely flexible concept.

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