No I am talking about the concept of the right of self ownership. You have in no way proven that the state has the right to ownership over the body of the individual.Ethics has nothing to do with it. You are talking about concepts such as love, peace, and justice. Prove your point in using it.
Even in the 19th century, the government had to take over where charities failed to provide.# Outdoor Relief provided through an Overseer of the Poor: When people fell upon hard times and members of their family, friends or members of their church congregations could not provide enough assistance to tide them over, they made application to an elected local official called the Overseer of the Poor. Within a budget of tax money, he might provide them with food, fuel, clothing, or even permission to get medical treatment to be paid out of tax funds.
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