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A Sovereign People
Henry Demarest Lloyd
by Reprint Services Corp
Written in English
Notable American Authors
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the semi-sovereign people by E.E. Schattschneider ‧ RELEASE DATE: Nov. 14, This is a rare, remarkable and brilliantly clear discussion of the essentials of contemporary American democracy- a subject that has needed just this kind of clarification. Summary of Semi Sovereign People Democracy was made for the people, not the people for democracy. Nobody knows enough to run the government. Public officials know only slightly more than the ordinary citizen, and one who becomes an expert fails the classical test of citizenship because “an expert is a person who chooses to be ignorant about many things so that he may know all about one”.
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