Mine is very small. To be exact: -Providing a civil courts system for disputes and minor offences such as slander, and a criminal justice system for violence-related crimes, fraud, and coercion\harassment -Providing national defense -Issuing currency All other services would be managed\run at the local council level, and because citizens elect councillors to represent them, they would have substantially more control over it than they do now. To quote Ron Paul: "The problem is that politicians are not supposed to have power over us - we're supposed to be free. We seem to have forgotten that freedom means the absence of government coercion. So when politicians and the media celebrate political power, they really are celebrating the power of certain individuals to use coercive state force. Remember that one's relationship with the state is never voluntary. Every government edict, policy, regulation, court decision, and law ultimately is backed up by force, in the form of police, guns, and jails. That is why political power must be fiercely constrained by the people."