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We focus on how a trustworthy system can reduce the frustration that tempts populist, authoritarian, and anti-establishment solutions. Thus, our material will not repeat the same old boring Boston Tea-Party, checks-and-balances stuff you got in high-school. We show why and how the rules of the game matter, and how each of us can have a role in getting the rules right.

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HOW TO ENJOY POLITICS

Democracy is all about using free and fair political competition to motivate a contest of the best ideas for solving problems. Politics played as a contest of ideas requires voters and politicians alike to speak for themselves and to listen to others for their ideas.

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Friends When You Need Them

Friends When You Need Them

If you ever anticipate you might need some friends in...

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Connecting the Dots

Pundits haven’t yet fully connected the dots in front of them. Yes, presidential use of national emergency powers to spend money on things that Congress chose not to authorize is against the Article 1 of Constitution. Here is the other dot: the choice of president became more consequential as the Office of the President became more powerful. This trend explains why election campaigns have been fought ever more viciously – by politicians and citizens alike.

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