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送给小龙鱼:共和与民主 --- 什么是美国政府的真正价值观?

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Republic vs. Democracy - What Is The Real Form of the U.S. Government

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A Summary of the Documentary Video ”Overview of America”



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[Music]
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the United States of America
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born in 1776 our country is the
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offspring of a religious based heritage
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of liberty under law blessed with great
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natural resources and a pioneer people
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given to Industry and moral discipline
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our nation grew to be strong and
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prosperous and developed the finest
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governmental system ever devised by man
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[Music]
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America soon became known as the refuge
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of the world's tired hungry and poor
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millions left everything in the old
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world to start over in a land that
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rewarded initiative and hard work and
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perseverance the many millions who
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didn't come here found comfort and hope
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and knowing that indeed there was such a
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bastion of freedom and opportunity a
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place where dreams could become reality
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today our nation appears wealthier and
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more powerful than ever new technologies
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have revolutionized our daily lives
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luxuries once enjoyed only by the rich
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or commonplace and very affordable home
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ownership is widespread and our people
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have the expectation of continued
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economic growth and prosperity yet more
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and more people are coming to realize
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that they may prosper materially only
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for a time because their freedoms are
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diminishing
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the sobering reality is that America has
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been led far from its praiseworthy
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beginnings our people and businesses
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grown under a heavy burden of economic
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political and social problems which are
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the result of a widespread departure
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from the fundamental truths that made
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our nation great if the United States of
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America is to endure citizens far and
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wide must once again come to understand
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embrace and live by timeless concepts
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concepts called Americanism
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[Music]
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what made America great and set it apart
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from other lands
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was it Natural Resources no other lands
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are equally blessed was it the people no
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the people who built America came from
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elsewhere was it government planning and
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wisdom that spurred our nation to such
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Heights no again it wasn't what
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government did that made America great
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it was what government was prevented
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from doing that made the difference what
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set America apart from other lands was
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freedom for the individual freedom to
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work to produce to succeed and
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especially to keep the fruits of one's
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labors America became great precisely
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because the stifling effect of too much
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government had been prevented
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however freedom in America was not
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totally unrestrained Americans
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overwhelmingly chose to limit their
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actions with moral codes such as the Ten
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Commandments personal morality and
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limited government it's a combination
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that characterized America and made it
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the envy of the world when our founding
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fathers decided they'd had enough of
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British oppression they broke away and
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declared independence they stated as
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self-evident truth in the Declaration of
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Independence that men are endowed by
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their creator with certain unalienable
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rights in other words God gave man his
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rights and that among them are life
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liberty and the pursuit of happiness and
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in the very next sentence the founders
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define the proper role of government
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when they stated that to secure these
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rights governments are instituted this
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is the entire philosophical base of our
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nation
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here the government cannot legitimately
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redistribute the wealth assumed power
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over the people's lives and dominate
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man's existence with oppressive taxation
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regulations and controls according to
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the founders government was to be a
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negative force which leaves people alone
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its sole function is to protect citizens
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from one another and from firing
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governments and especially from their
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own government itself the founders did
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not create a government to be a positive
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force to do things for people to take
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from some to give to others they
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understood that when a government starts
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doing something for one citizen it has
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to take from another to do so and in the
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process it gains control over both
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British rulers didn't accept the
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Declaration of Independence
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so our forefathers had to fight a war to
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make it stick by 1783 the war for
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independence had been won and British
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forces were sent back across the sea but
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the governmental system at that time was
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weak it had no power to settle disputes
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between the states nor the powered
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attacks for proper needs such as
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national defense
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so in 1787 delegates from 12 of the 13
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states met in Philadelphia to revise the
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system and they produced an entirely new
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governmental structure known as the
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Constitution of the United States
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keeping faith with the thunderous
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assertions in the Declaration the
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Constitution was written to govern the
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government not the people and not the
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states each of which was a jealous
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guardian of its own sovereignty the
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founders created a central government
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with strictly limited powers this left
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the states free to compete with one
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another to be the best state the one
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with the least amount of Taxation and
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controls one where citizens would want
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to build a business and raise a family
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that spirit of competition produced
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excellence as honest competition always
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does it's important to note that the
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Constitution wasn't forced on the people
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it was sent back to the States for
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ratification in several of the founding
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fathers wrote essays explaining it in an
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effort to persuade fellow Americans to
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adopt this new system of government some
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of the essays written by James Madison
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Alexander Hamilton and John Jay were
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collected into a volume known as the
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Federalist Papers those essays provide
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valuable insights into the intent of the
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founders in establishing our government
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eventually all thirteen states ratified
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the Constitution and then each ratified
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the first ten amendments known as the
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Bill of Rights further tying the hands
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of the federal government
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these amendments are indeed about rights
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but it would have been better had the
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Bill of Rights been labeled the Bill of
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limitations on government why because
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it's vital to realize that the Bill of
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Rights never gave citizens any rights
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whatsoever its sole purpose was to safe
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god god-given rights by limiting
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government power
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the founders even insisted that Congress
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shall make no law about speech religion
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the press assembly the right to petition
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the right to keep and bear arms and so
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on these amendments are directed
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squarely at the federal government not
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the individual and not the states they
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are like most of the ten commandments
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which are essentially thou shalt nots
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the Bill of Rights says Congress shall
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not shall not shall not all the way up
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to the marvelous Tenth Amendment which
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says in effect if we forgot anything you
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can't do that either
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[Music]
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when Benjamin Franklin exited the
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Constitutional Convention he was asked
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by a woman sir what have you given us
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his immediate response was a republic
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ma'am if you can keep it yet most
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Americans today have been persuaded that
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our nation's governmental system is a
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democracy and not a republic the
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difference between these two is
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essential in understanding Americanism
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and the American system before we
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discuss political systems however it's
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helpful to address the confusion that
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has been spread about the political
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spectrum many have been led to believe
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that the political spectrum places
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groups such as communists on the far
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left fascists or dictators on the far
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right and political moderates or
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centrists in the middle however a more
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accurate political spectrum will show
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government having zero power on the far
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right to having 100% power on the far
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left at the extreme right there is no
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government the extreme left features
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total government under such labels as
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communism socialism Nazism fascism
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Prince's potentates dictators kings any
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form of total government those who claim
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that Nazis and fascists are right-wing
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never defined their terms
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this amounts to spreading confusion
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toward the middle of the political
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spectrum can be found the type of
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government limited to its proper role of
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protecting the rights of the people
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that's where the Constitution of the
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United States is those who advocate such
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a form of government are really
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constitutional moderates so let's
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analyze the basic forms of government
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they are monarchy or dictatorship ruled
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by one oligarchy ruled by a few
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democracy ruled by a majority Republic
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ruled by law an anarchy which is ruled
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by no one in discussing these five we'll
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see that that can be narrowed down to
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even fewer looking first at monarchy or
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dictatorship this form of government
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doesn't really exist in the practical
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sense it's always a group that puts one
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of its members up front a king has his
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Council of nobles or Earl's and every
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dictator has his bureaucrats or Kama
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czars the men behind the scenes
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this isn't ruled by one even
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though one person may be the visible
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leader it's ruled by a group so let's
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eliminate monarchy dictatorship because
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it never truly exists oligarchy which is
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ruled by a group is the most common form
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of government in all history and it is
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the most common form of government today
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most of the nations of the world are
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ruled by a powerful few and therefore
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oligarchy remains at the other end we
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find anarchy which means without
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government some people have looked over
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history and found that many of its worst
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crimes were committed by governments so
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they decided that having no government
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might be a good idea but this is a
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mistake because as the ancient Greeks
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stated without law that can be no
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freedom
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our founding fathers agreed and held
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that some amount of government is a
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necessary force in any civilized orderly
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society in a state of anarchy however
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everyone has to guard life liberty and
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property and the lives of family members
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everyone must be armed and movement is
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severely restricted because once
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property has to be protected at all
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times civilized people have always hired
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someone to do the guarding a sheriff a
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police force or some branch of
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government once law enforcement was in
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place the people were freer they could
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leave their property work in the fields
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and so on
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ensure the proper amount of government
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makes everyone freer there are some who
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advocate anarchy however not because
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they want no government that's because
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they don't like what they have they use
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Anarchy as a tool for revolutionary
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change the condition of Anarchy is very
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much like a vacuum where something
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rushes in to fill it these calculating
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anarchists work to break down the
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existing government with riot and
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killing looting and terrorism tragically
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the people living in such chaos often go
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to those best able to put an end to it
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and beg them to take over and restore
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order and who is best able to put an end
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to the chaos the very people who started
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it
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the anarchists who created the problem
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then create a government run by them in
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oligarchy where they have total power
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this is exactly what happened in Russia
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that led to Lenin taking total power and
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in Germany where Hitler's brown shirts
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created the chaos that brought him to
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power but anarchy is in a stable form of
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government it's a quick transition from
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something that exists to something
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desired by the power-hungry
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it's a temporary condition and because
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it isn't permanent we eliminate it as
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well the word democracy comes from two
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Greek words Deimos meaning people and
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Crotty in' meaning to rule democracy
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therefore means the rule of the people
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majority rule this of course sounds good
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but suppose the majority decides to take
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away one's home or business or children
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obviously there has to be a limited the
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flaw in democracy is that the majority
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isn't restrained if more than half the
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people can be persuaded to want
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something in a democracy they rule what
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about Republic well that comes from the
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Latin res meaning thing and pública
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meaning public it means the public thing
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the law
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a true Republic is one where the
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government is limited by law leaving the
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people alone
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America's founders had a clean slate to
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write on they could have set up an
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oligarchy in fact there were some who
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wanted George Washington to be their
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king but the founding fathers knew
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history and they chose to give us the
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rule of law in a republic not the rule
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of a majority in a democracy why let's
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demonstrate the difference in the
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setting of the Old West consider a lynch
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mob in a democracy thirty five horseback
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riders chase one lone gunman they catch
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him and evoked thirty five to one to
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hang him democracy has triumphed and
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there's one less gunman to contend with
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now consider the same scenario in a
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republic the 35 horseback riders catch
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the gunman invoke 35 to 1 to hang him
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but the sheriff arrives and he says you
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can't kill him he's got his right to a
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fair trial
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so they take the gunman back to town a
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jury of his peers is selected and they
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hear the evidence and the defense and
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they decide if he shall hang does the
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jury even decide by majority rule no it
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has to be unanimous or he goes free the
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rights of the government aren't subject
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to majority rule but to the law this is
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the essence of a republic many Americans
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would be surprised to learn that the
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word democracy does not appear in the
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Declaration of Independence or the US
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Constitution nor does it appear in any
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of the Constitution's of the 50 states
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the founders did everything they could
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to keep us from having a democracy
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James Madison rightly known as the
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father of the Constitution wrote in
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essay number 10 of the Federalist Papers
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democracies have ever been spectacles of
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turbulence and contention have ever been
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found incompatible with personal
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security or the rights of property and
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have in general but in short in their
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lives as they have been violent in their
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deaths Alexander Hamilton agreed and he
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stated we are a republican government
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real Liberty is never found in despotism
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or in the extremes of democracy Samuel
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Adams a signer of the Declaration of
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Independence stated democracy never
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lasts long it soon wastes exhausts and
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murders itself the founders had good
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reason to look upon democracy with
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contempt because they knew that the
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democracies in the early Greek
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city-states produced some of the wildest
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excesses of government imaginable in
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every case they ended up with mob rule
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than Anarchy and finally tyranny under
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an oligarchy
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during that period in Greece there was a
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man named Solon who urged creation of a
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fixed body of law not subject to
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majority whims but where the Greeks
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never adopted Solon's wise counsel the
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Romans did based on what they knew of
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Solon's laws they created the Twelve
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Tables of the Roman law and in effect
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built a republic that limited government
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power and left the people alone since
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government was limited the people were
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free to produce with the understanding
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that they could keep the fruits of their
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labor in time Rome became wealthy and
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the envy of the world in the midst of
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Plenty however the Roman people forgot
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what freedom entailed they forgot that
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the essence of freedom is the proper
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limitation of government when government
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power grows people freedom recedes once
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the Romans dropped their guard power
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seeking politicians began to exceed the
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powers granted them in the Roman
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Constitution some learned that they
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could elect politicians who would use
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government power to take property from
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some and give it to others agriculture
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subsidies were introduced followed by
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housing and welfare programs inevitably
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taxes rose and controls over the private
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sector were imposed soon a number of
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Rome's producers could no longer make
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ends meet and they went on the dole
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productivity declined shortages
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developed and mobs began roaming the
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streets demanding bread and circuses
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from the government
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many were induced to trade freedom for
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security eventually the whole system
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came crashing down they went from a
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republic to a democracy and ended up
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with an oligarchy under a progression of
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the Caesars
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thus democracy itself is not a stable
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form of government instead it is the
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gradual transition from limited
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government to the unlimited rule of an
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oligarchy knowing this we as Americans
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are ultimately left with only two
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choices
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we can keep our republic as Franklin put
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it or we will inevitably end up with an
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oligarchy a tyranny of the elite
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[Music]
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just as there is widespread confusion
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regarding political systems there is
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similar confusion in the economic arena
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all during the 20th century Americans
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were led to believe that there was a
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great struggle going on between
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capitalism in the communist world
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undoubtedly a struggle existed but the
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real adversaries were rarely identified
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properly no discussion about economic
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systems will make sense without first
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defining terms and one of the most basic
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terms in economics is capital whose
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definition is the means of production to
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illustrate what capital is let's
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consider a very simple economy
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on the sands of a small island a
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castaway has just washed the shore he
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has no food and he's hungry he searches
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the island he finds no berries coconuts
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or anything edible he goes back into the
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water and tries to catch fish with his
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bare hands but he fails so he goes back
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up on shore he finds a bush he breaks
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off a branch he gnaws at one end to make
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a sharp tip back into the water he goes
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and with his spear he catches fish his
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spear is capital it's the means of
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production for catching fish he gave up
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some of his time and some of his energy
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to produce something he could not eat
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but something that would help him to
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produce something that he could eat
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capital therefore can be tools machinery
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and even a man's handmade spear to catch
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fish such being the case considered that
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the Communists in the former Soviet
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Union as well as in China and Cuba have
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always used tools and machinery
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officials there even view people as
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capital therefore by strict definition
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are not communists capitalist for that
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matter is in every one a capitalist and
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so is not every economic system a
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capitalist system what then is the
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difference between what the communist
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system is and what the American
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capitalist system is supposed to be the
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difference is ownership of the capital
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is the system monopolistic
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state-controlled capitalism or is it
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competitive free enterprise capitalism
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it is between these two opposing
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economic systems that a battle has
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always raged before we proceed let's
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also define free market basically it's a
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self-regulating system in which all
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parties are completely free to transact
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with one another but we're force fraud
21:16
or injury damages one party the
21:18
government's role is only to punish
21:21
those who commit such offences and to
21:23
vindicate the rights of the other party
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this protects the integrity of the free
21:28
market or free enterprise system without
21:30
intervening in it the term private
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property also needs clarification for
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private ownership and control of
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property is a key component in the free
21:41
enterprise system in order for ownership
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of property to be full and complete all
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four of its aspects must be met
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these are title control use and the
21:54
ability to dispose of what a person owns
21:56
in a free market economy these aspects
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are unrestrained so long as the owner
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does not infringe on the legitimate
22:03
rights and claims of others true
22:06
ownership of property and freedom go
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hand in hand they always have
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[Music]
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now let's compare the two systems of
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capitalism in the competitive free
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enterprise system capital or property is
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both owned privately and controlled
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privately in the monopolistic system
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holding title to capital can be
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accomplished privately or by the state
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but more importantly capital is
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controlled by the state or by the elite
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few who control the state the Communist
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Manifesto which contains the basic
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program for all communists and all
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socialists explicitly preaches the
22:48
destruction and abolition of private
22:50
property Karl Marx understood the powers
22:54
of controlling capital and so have all
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communists and socialists who have ever
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looked and still look to Marx as their
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leaders state controlled capitalism
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results in high prices and low quality
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after all why would a monopoly strive to
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improve if it has no competition on the
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other hand honest thrifty and
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hard-working producers throughout the
23:18
world prefer competitive free enterprise
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system for all here low prices and high
23:24
quality prevail because a variety of
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producers will seek to attract the
23:28
widest amount of customers competition
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results in excellence and always has
23:38
just as the political spectrum shows the
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range of government power we can also
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plot the various economic systems along
23:45
another spectrum these forms of
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government control in the market stand
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in sharp contrast with a completely free
23:52
market in the last century or so there
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have been basically four forms of state
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controlled economies all on the far left
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of the economic spectrum fascism Nazism
24:04
socialism and communism in each the
24:08
government controls the capital the
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difference among these is how much is
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owned or controlled outright by the
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government in a fascist system the
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government doesn't own businesses on
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paper but it does control them in
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Mussolini's Italy even though he didn't
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hold title to businesses
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he told the owners what to produce how
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much to produce when to produce where to
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buy raw materials who to hire who to
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fire and what price to charge the rest
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he said was up to them the fascist
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system is more efficient than other
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state control systems insofar as those
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living under it think they still own
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their businesses
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shopkeepers concerned themselves with
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maintenance on the machinery employee
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relations painting the building and so
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forth but the government controls owners
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through an array of Taxation and
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regulations under Nazism which means
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National Socialism its proponents went
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one step further and acquired ownership
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of some corporations such as Volkswagen
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however Hitler didn't seize ownership of
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other industrial giants he simply
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controlled them just as Mussolini had
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controlled businesses in Italy socialism
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is where government officials acquire
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possession of major industries such as
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transportation communications and
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utilities in order to leverage control
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over the entire economy through
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ownership of these vital segments of
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Industry and by creating government
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regulatory agencies socialists gain
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control over virtually everything else
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finally there is communism the
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granddaddy of all in the economic sense
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in a way communism is more honest than
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fascism because all of the capital is
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owned and controlled by the state there
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are no pretenses about it now let's
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combine political and economic systems
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because ultimately one never exists
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without the other we see again that
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there are only two ultimate choices a
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competitive free enterprise system in a
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republic or a monopolistic state control
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system under an oligarchy
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a moral people have always been a vital
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element of America's strength the
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founding fathers well understood the
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biblical teaching that righteousness
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exalteth a nation they also knew that
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expecting a free market economy and
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limited government under Republic to
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endure without morality was expecting
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the impossible
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James Madison cautioned that limited
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government alone was inadequate for our
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nation and John Adams observed our
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Constitution was made only for a moral
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and religious people it is wholly
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inadequate to the government of any
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other
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George Washington stated reason and
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experience both forbid us to expect that
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national morality can prevail an
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exclusion of religious principle yet
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there are people today who think that
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Liberty is license and that morality is
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unimportant or irrelevant to politics
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and economics but as Benjamin Franklin
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added only a virtuous people are capable
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of freedom as nations become corrupt and
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vicious they have more need of masters
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the alternative to Americanism is what
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has condemned most of the human race to
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live as slaves throughout the millennia
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it is the idea that rights are
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privileges dispensed by an oligarchy
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according to the unlimited rule of men
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that the state should control or own the
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nation's capital with all economic
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activity directed from a central power
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and that morality is inconsequential and
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that security is preferred over freedom
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and opportunity our nation continues to
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be steered off course and the principles
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that led to America's greatness are
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being cast aside the simple question for
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us is do we continue the slide away from
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our nation's founding principles or do
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we return to the kind of government we
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inherited time is running out for
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Americans who sense that something is
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wrong they have to decide what kind of a
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country we shall leave for future
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generations all that is needed is for a
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sufficient number of Americans to get
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involved in the fight for freedom and to
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return our nation to less government
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more responsibilities and with God's
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help a better world
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you
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回复 翰山 2014-10-9 18:53
这个视频是怎么贴上的呢?我没有遵从以前的传统的方法,而仅仅是把视频链接复制粘贴到编辑器里,存,就有了这个视频。我们在这里试一试,把[code]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdS6fyUIklI[/code]中的链接,粘贴在下面,点击评论,再刷新一下,于是就有了:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdS6fyUIklI
回复 小龙鱼 2014-10-9 21:56
三克油,三克油,憨老板。
小鱼就喜欢看政治主题的纪录片。


回复 小龙鱼 2014-10-9 21:57
翰山: 这个视频是怎么贴上的呢?我没有遵从以前的传统的方法,而仅仅是把视频链接复制粘贴到编辑器里,存,就有了这个视频。我们在这里试一试,把[code]https://www.yo ...
但是,这样,视频的尺寸就没法控制了。
你看,你贴的这个太大了,右边都跑到外面去了。
回复 小龙鱼 2014-10-9 22:03
看见了吗?在举例独裁者的时候,秀出了朱镕基的照片。
但是,在所谓民主化好一点的寡头政治,集团政治时,却出现了毛泽东的照片。

美国人能把这片子拍得更 make sense 一点吗?
回复 小龙鱼 2014-10-9 22:11
不过,在阐述美国政府到底属民主,还是属共和的时候,倒是证据翔实,很有说服力。
小鱼又得到新武器了。

谢翰山授鱼以剑。

回复 翰山 2014-10-10 06:38
小龙鱼: 但是,这样,视频的尺寸就没法控制了。
你看,你贴的这个太大了,右边都跑到外面去了。
看到了。因为这个program用于不同的编辑器,第一步,先可用,第二步,再调出最佳状态。我看了一下,基本可以。

这个框太大,但是第一不影响观看;第二,如果有去原地址,可以点下面的链接。
回复 翰山 2014-10-10 06:45
小龙鱼: 不过,在阐述美国政府到底属民主,还是属共和的时候,倒是证据翔实,很有说服力。
小鱼又得到新武器了。

谢翰山授鱼以剑。

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这是贝壳一位讲理的右派推荐的好视频,我觉得里面东西很多,需要学习。首先要准确地翻译过来。因为在贝壳没有这样的气氛,我就作罢了。我是不愿意推销自己的理念,而是切磋。现在有了环境,可以把这件事做一下。我会慢慢出文章的。
回复 小龙鱼 2014-10-10 10:06
翰山: 这是贝壳一位讲理的右派推荐的好视频,我觉得里面东西很多,需要学习。首先要准确地翻译过来。因为在贝壳没有这样的气氛,我就作罢了。我是不愿意推销自己的理念 ...
是的,是一段很好的视频,值得写文章评论,推介。

翰山,你英文好,你翻译,再写评论。
小鱼中文底子扎实,帮你再加多几篇评论,造成“吆五喝六”的宣传态势。

回复 翰山 2014-10-10 18:28
小龙鱼: 是的,是一段很好的视频,值得写文章评论,推介。

翰山,你英文好,你翻译,再写评论。
小鱼中文底子扎实,帮你再加多几篇评论,造成“吆五喝六”的宣传态势。
...
好,做这项工作。估计得下周开始做
回复 翰山 2020-10-14 09:50
《守卫共和——

这是一个共和体制国家  我们要保守好她!》

https://blog.creaders.net/u/21320/202010/386361.html

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