Funkyterrance wrote:tkr4lf wrote:Funkyterrance wrote:tkr4lf wrote:Libertarian Police State.
To each their own. I'm assuming you would want to be a commoner in this scenario? It wouldn't be much fun without corruption though.
I don't even know what the hell that is.
I just posted the most absurd sounding government type that I could think of. I'm pretty sure I saw it on NationStates.
Anyway, to be serious, I would probably go with dictatorship, for its efficiency, or meritocracy, for the fairness. I know I'm sounding like a broken record, but in a corruption-free world, they would both do nicely.
Hell, even communism would work well with absolutely no corruption.
There are some cool aspects of communism I agree but upon learning more about it in the past its got some serious issues, even if non-corrupt. From what I understood the biggest issue is that in a communist society no one is rich or poor. The harder/less hard you work makes no impact on your status. This tends to rob people of their ambition/drive.
If we expanded the hypothetical to not only the government taking the anti-corruption pill, but the entire populace, then communism would work wonders. "From each according to their ability, to each according the their need."
If everybody only worked toward the common good, then each and every person would do all that they could, work their hardest, etc. Each and every person would be doled out exactly what they needed by the non-corrupt government.
Of course, in our world, communism sucks. But in your hypothetical world, I think it could actually work.