Common Sense II: How to Prevent the Three Types of Terrorism

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 1, 2008 - Political Science - 180 pages
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Common Sense II is a strategy that prevents terrorism. No other strategy makes this claim. It prevents smuggled nuclear bombs from destroying cities. But terrorism is too tough for authorities. Why citizens must face it. It's common sense, simple, brief, non-religious, non-partisan, controversial, serious reform. Terrorism is "violence against individual rights" with three types: crime, tyranny, and foreign terrorism. All types must be prevented using light: information, exposure, awareness. Public movement must be identified while protecting privacy. Privacy-in-public won't work. An affordable system is proposed. Tyranny is especially dangerous. Why government may overreact. Government corruption. Factionalism explained. How to limit factions. Constitutional reform. How democracies break down. Citizenship properly understood. Why it's endangered. How to rebuild America's foreign policy architecture. Dividing the Presidency. A call for a Constitutional Convention.

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