Let’s hope that the Supreme Court would not permit Service Nation's move backwards to a more feudal relationship between ordinary people and the people who govern them. One senses that de Toqueville understood American values of volunteerism and freedom of association much better than the people behind Service Nation, an understanding that was also concerned about the tyranny of the majority.Service Nation. It sounds like the title of a dystopian novel.
You'd think before naming your movement, you'd check the etymology of your key word:
service...But as Lindgren notes, one man's "justice nerve" is another man's "collectivist nerve." Something might sound so right to you, that you don't even notice how it sounds to others.
ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin servitium, slavery, from servus, slave.