Category:Organized Crime

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A state is an organization with extensive tax rights, protection requirements and monopoly on the use of violence over a clearly defined geographic area.
 
A state is an organization with extensive tax rights, protection requirements and monopoly on the use of violence over a clearly defined geographic area.
   

Latest revision as of 11:07, June 20, 2011

A state is an organization with extensive tax rights, protection requirements and monopoly on the use of violence over a clearly defined geographic area.

Criminal organisations are either not in the monopoly situation yet or not entirely unquestioned about where they are supposed to do their thing.

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