On 03 Oct 2001, 12:13:02 PM J. R. Molloy firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Down With Democracy by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
>> from http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig/hermann-hoppe2.html
> Yes, democracy sucks. That's why we Americans should be glad we live in a
> Republic rather than a democracy.
I'm not sure how that's any different from Hoppe's usage of the term. To
him, I believe, there's no difference between a democracy and a republic --
at least, not at this level of analysis.
What are the important/relevant differences between them in this context?
Do these speak against Hoppe's claims -- many of which seem based on the
American example. (E.g., affirmative action.)
See my "Knowledge is Power" at:
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