Participatory Democracy and Its Relevance to Big Business
"It appears to general observation, that revolutions create genius and talent; but these events do no more than bring them forward. There is, existing in man, a mass of sense lying in a dormant state, and which unless something excites it to action, will descend with him, in that condition, to the grave. As it is to the advantage of society that the whole of its facilities should be employed, the construction of government ought to be such as to bring forward, by quiet and regular operation, all that capacity which never fails to appear in revolution"--Thomas Paine.
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