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Re: Removing Tyranny from Democracy (Part II), (fwd)
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> Date: Tue, 09 Sep 1997 09:26:21 -0500
> Subject: Re: Removing Tyranny from Democracy (Part II),
> was Democracy is the true enemy...
> > I don't believe there are intrinsic flaws in democracy, so much as
> > there are intrinsic flaws in *human*nature* that are coming to light
> > after decades. government is a reflection of our human natures.
> > one cannot really expect a government to correct the flaws of its
> > users, any more than software could do the same.
> No intrinsic flaws in democracy?
> Surely you jest.
Please be so kind as to detail your top three flaws...
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