One of the quotes that I like from the Law is: "The law is collective force organized to oppose injustice." A very concise and clear definition of what law should be. When you take this definition to the introduction of the Declaration of Independence you have a clear idea of what injustice is.
There is also a clearer set of explanations of the 5 Laws of Decline that are in the book LeaderShift. Along with this idea (laws of decline) is listed the 6 duties of society.
As I ponder what my biggest take away is, I keep coming back to the idea that all good government MUST start in the home. There are two basic ways to set up your family system - through persuasion or force. Depending on your personal beliefs you will practice and teach either the ideas. In our homes we learn to balance the ideas of chaos (no force) and coercion (absolute force). The only way that we will be able to have a home of harmony and agreement is to education our self in many areas and then practice those ideas. We need to know when and how to use persuasion and force correctly and in ways that promote our personal growth and freedoms along with how to keep harmony in the home. Once we are able to establish harmony in our home we can then take those principles to society and help society to establish justice. In our home we create rules or laws to help us establish safety and justice. It is the same with society, laws are just a bit more complex since it involves more people and different beliefs (which is why written, clear laws are so important in societies). For government to be truly justice it must begin in the home and then move out toward the community.