Our Political Systems
Elderberry Press, Inc., 2004 - 272 páginas
This book is based on a previous work by Cecil Chesterton published in 1911 and called "The Party System". It debunks the entire "Republocrat" concept of the value of two party policies in demonstrating not only the failure of it but also its inevitable decline into democracy, and from there to empire. It shows that nothing in the political process has changed in the last 100 years. And that corruption is pandemic in two party governance. Demonstrating how the two parties in dominating the debate and elimination any real discussion of issues utilize the Hegelarian Dialectic. How campaigns are funded, how they control access to ballot and debate, stack commissions, control the media, and keep third parties out of the picture. Included are lucid explanations of the Constitution, and Bill of Rights, and amendments to the Constitution, along with evidence of falsification and omission in all of those documents. This book is also available from: www.bertrams.com (UK), Amazon.com and 1-800-431-1579.
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