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"Whats Gone Wrong With Democracy"

"Whats Wrong With Democracy" is an essay published in the economist and we will read it and discuss it at next months Thinkers Club. The essay can be found and read at Member Nathan suggested this for next month. Is there anything wrong with democracy, our democracy and if there is what can be done to fix it or is it too late as some think that as each day goes by here in the U.S. do we sink more and more into a totalitarian state as some think, or is the concept of democracy just a myth.

UH OH!!! This could lead the discussion into the murky depths of politics. this Meet-Up could be really lively so, bring your ideas your ideology and your guns loaded and lets have some fun.

See you at the Twinsburg library 7:00 P.M. May 7

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  • Mike

    With Gold the only standard of value, we shall make the world a wasteland so that the veneable Mony - Amassers can gain some quick bucks.

    May 8, 2014

  • sanora

    Joe's just too tired to go. Perhaps next month!

    May 7, 2014

  • sanora

    This will be our first meetup, looking forward to meeting everyone.

    April 14, 2014

  • Pete F.

    Let's begin with the essential difference between a democracy vs. a republic, then the difference between a constitutional republic vs. other varieties. The Economist hasn't. As a result, most of the article is confused. The questions of democracy can be discussed, but the article offers no guidance; it's too garbled. Further, when the Chinese economy crashes this year or next, one of The Economist's absurd main arguments will be obviated because fascism; whether Chinese, European, or American; always leads to economic failure. The question is must "democracies" (in reality, democratic republics) always devolve into fascist states? Historically, it appears to be the case.

    April 10, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Rhetorical guns, that is. The library would discourage anything else.

    1 · April 9, 2014

  • eddie

    It doesn't exist !

    April 9, 2014

  • Mike

    The hydra of estates have become fearsome
    fates, never the lean genous for which I

    April 8, 2014

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