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100 ?'s for Gov't: Is it unrealistic to aim for perfection?

This is Question 25 from “100 Questions for Government” series

If you’re rich, a corporation, highly educated or even part of the “shrinking middle class the current state of government probably doesn’t significantly affect your life. 578 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: What public good is there in public goods?

This is Question 5 from “100 Questions for Government” series

When our perspective on our “society” was a family or clan, the idea of public goods was probably limited to a shared pot or campfire. 493 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: What is a socialist government?

This is Question 14 from “100 Questions for Government” series

If the fifties were the era when communism was considered a dirty word, twenty-first century America has a similar distaste for socialism. 510 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: Should government be large or small?

This is Question 46 from “100 Questions for Government” series

As America’s politicians argue back and forth about what they believe and who’s to blame for stuff they can’t control, there are often accusations and representations about who’s for or against “big government”. 544 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: Who should contribute campaign funds?

This is Question 30 from “100 Questions for Government” series

How did this question end up following our brief discussion of terms of government? How fortuitous! 647 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: Why do these conservatives have to be so… conservative ?

This is Question 20 from “100 Questions for Government” series

With forty-one percent of Americans identifying themselves as conservatives[1], it’s probably worth understanding what they’re all about. 541 more words

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100 ?'s for Gov't: Surely communism has its merits?

This is Question 13 from “100 Questions for Government” series

As mentioned when we discussed the need for redistribution of funds[1], pure capitalism, which is an economic system, is based on a survival of the fittest (SOTF) approach which provides no minimum standard of living for the unfit. 527 more words

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