A New Form of Government: Rational Government
Describes how democracy as practiced today and its simple majority voting system is a defective process that results in bad laws and oppression, and how one person can help impose his will on the majority. Describes a novel system for creating laws and their implementation at the national and local levels. A fascinating read that will have you questioning everything you have learned about government, democracy, and "the American Way."
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