How do these words relate; anarchy, security, freedom and government?
by cjhunsinger 4 years ago
Many today condemn America in favor of an anarchistic form of government. Anarchy is defined as, "an absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal." It is also defined as chaos, mob rule and an absence of authority of any description.Having an...
by Keith James Kennedy 20 months ago
What would happen if there were no rules?Can morals replace police and government?
by Kathryn L Hill 5 days ago
I listened to various commentators on various TV stations after The Vote. One of them (on MSNBC) explained that Democrats DO NOT like rules. Republicans DO like rules and love setting them. Dems not so much. Yes?
by rhamson 2 years ago
If there is no progress in changing the direction of our economic unbalance and the opportunity that has been a springboard into upward mobility, can we expect more social unrest? The US in the past has been a success story in providing opportunity and freedom to many different races and creeds but...
by ptosis 6 years ago
Anarchy vs. Dictatorship? Which would you prefer?
by Chris Mills 4 years ago
Should government inspire loyalty, freedom or dependence in citizens?It seems to me that my personal attitude toward government and the attitude toward government which that government itself attempts to instill in me, should be one and the same. Which is most fitting for men of all...
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