Civic Revolution: “to alter or to abolish”

The neoconservative hijacking of US democracy that was initiated under the administration of Ronald Reagan is a modern manifestation of the despotism generated by monopoly that Paine warned the legislators and citizens of the newly established democracies about. Civic revolution is the only viable response…

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15 Responses to “Civic Revolution: “to alter or to abolish””

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