Democracy 3.0

In contemplation of the American presidential, congressional, gubernatorial and state elections of November 2012, this book presents a viable yet fundamentally different alternative to the systems of governments that grossly abused and contravened the principles of true democracy ever since 1789, when George Washington became the first President of the 13 original united colonies.

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In contemplation of the American presidential, congressional, gubernatorial and state elections of November 2012, this book presents a viable yet fundamentally different alternative to the systems of governments that grossly abused and contravened the principles of true democracy ever since 1789, when George Washington became the first President of the 13 original united colonies.

The review of the major historical events during the last 5,000 years, including the most significant systems of laws governing various societies during this lengthy period of time, revealed that the US Constitution, designed in 1787, ratified in 1788 and implemented since 1789, was flawed to its core, constituted one the biggest conniving legal acts in human history and should be abolished in its entirety. The included proposal to reengineer the nation’s Commons and its legal system would appeal to most independently minded individuals, the silent yet dominant majority of hard working and free spirited Americans who dared to dream about a better and truly democratic society, just like their ancestors did in 1776 when they gathered to fight for their independence from the British colonial government.