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Chapter 33: Self-Evident Truth

American Democracy is based on the belief that all men are created equal. The Dred Scott decision was one of the great violations of the tenet since it referred to two classes of human beings—black and white. The decision further declared that blacks were not entitled to the same protection under the law as whites. A racist view of the world can only result in injustice. Our nation has been the most successful in history because our laws are built upon the concept that compassion and greed in the hands of the state will result in misery. Demagoguery is when Government vows to lead the people to the Promised Land. It is trickery to convince the electorate to vote on "hope and change." What the voter needs to take note of is that often politicians are poor when...

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