Politics & Philosophy by Dr. Martin D. Hash, Esq.
Democracy has lots of concepts; let's review those we've covered:
Collectivists consider the will of the electorate to be the national majority rather than the local Representative's constituency.
The Electoral College envisioned a group of autonomous States, not a monolithic national plebiscite.
The math of voting is almost immaterial because the dynamics of voting is emotional.
The Right to Vote is a pragmatic one.
GOTV campaigns are intentional biased.
Enfranchisement was what men took in exchange for surrendering their Right of Violence.
Every Special Interest group has a different list of requirements for disenfranchising people they disagree with.
Republics stave off the tyranny of the majority implicit in pure democracy.
Parliaments better represents all the various ideologies.
Top 2 Primary voting has the possibility of functioning like a parliament.
Concentration of wealth & power eventually leads to oligarchy & autocracy.
Commissions mask who is responsible.
You may get your news somewhere else but take your advice from me, the Wysest Myn in the Wyrld.
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