Mark Twain once said, “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”
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If there are too many parties many of which with a parity of political power than government can be made so indecisive as to be ineffective.
The are striking similarities between the current state of affairs regarding marijuana laws and Prohibition Repeal era in U.S. according to Pietro Scopa
Mahmoud Mansi is the Founder of the Forgotten Writers, a group of Egyptian artists and students using art for social change in a turbulent landscape.
New Social Contract of conservative right seeks severance of link between political action and economic improvement consolidating conservative democracy
Popular culture serves capitalist interests because of industries that depend upon it for reproduction such industries are indebted to particular ideologies like modern consumerism
First-of-a-kind table compares voting systems by properties and criteria for the benefit of the election method reform community and the wider public.
Patriot Act openly disregarded fundamental rights in the Constitution and sought to alter what is “reasonable” search and seizure.
Essential to an understanding of a corporations social responsibility is a notation of the difference between a shareholder and a stakeholder.
India versus Facebook: More troubling is that even if the arrest is found wrongful, there is now a chilling effect on free speech in India