Did you perhaps mean monarchist?
- n. Belief in the desirability and practicality of minimum government.
- 1971, coined by Samuel Edward Konkin III. Blend of minimum and -archy ("government") + -ism (“system”) (alternatively, minimal). (Wiktionary)
“(And, heck, if we're instead talking about a minimal but still-existent government - sometimes called minarchism, or simply "how the U.S. started" - then presumably it's the legislature's problem if there's really widespread social tension over an issue.)”
“As far as minarchism/anarchism goes, I think Franks is representative of the kind of minarchism that I can’t see as anything other than evil, namely the sort of Civic Religionist “elections = democracy = the will of the people” sort.”
““One might reject all these lines of reasoning and insist on taking a libertarian position — one that moves even further towards abstract freedom and emphasis on minarchism than the classical liberals such as Locke and Mill would have accepted.””
“Now, one might salvage a reconceptualised form of Randian minarchism out of that.”
““I am perfectly happy not only to assert a liberal rights theory as one component of a civic morality but to codify it as public law to be enforced, a la minarchism, by the state.””
“His mutualism is fairly close to where I would draw a golden mean between left-anarchism and anarcho-capitalism, even if I lean towards minarchism rather than anarchism.”
“Given a state of peace which I am immensely grateful to finally share with my surrounding physical community, I am perfectly happy not only to assert a liberal rights theory as one component of a civic morality but to codify it as public law to be enforced, a la minarchism, by the state.”
“If you go out to discuss Ayn Rand, anarchy vs. minarchism or economics or whatnot, you're going to stay away from football games, TVs and other such icons of butch masculinity.”
“It's the theoretical anarchism which justifies and enjoins the minarchism, rather than a mere unprincipled preference for less government.”
“It does not mean minarchism or Constitutionalism because minimal government is a hopeless impossibility.”
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