"Dominion does not disappear when a man denounces it; it is simply transferred to another person, perhaps to his wife, children, employer, or the state. Where the individual surrenders his due dominion, where the family abdicates it, and the worker and employer reduce it, there another party, usually the state, concentrates dominion. Where organized society surrenders power, the mob gains it proportionate to the surrender." R. J. Rushdoony, The Institutes of Biblical Law, Vol. 1. pg. 448, 449.