Re: `capitalist' character values

From: Felix Ungman (
Date: Thu Jul 26 2001 - 03:01:49 MDT

On onsdag 25 juli 2001 20.32, Mike Lorrey <> wrote:
>> States, on the other hand, can't be compared to corporations,
>>cause they are based on mandatory membership and coersion. It's
>>a fact that in almost all modern democracies, the majority of
>>citizens did *not* vote for their current government. Seems that
>>actually no society has the government it deserves.
>On the contrary, Felix. Failure to act to disapprove is a market signal
>of acquiescence. If you don't think it's important enough to vote
>against injustice, then you must approve of the unjust actions of the

Mike, I really meant that in modern democracy the majority usually
voted *against* the government. It's a consequence of how modern
democracies are constructed.


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