The Social Contract
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By what authority does your government govern you? Do they have your explicit consent? Did they ask for your permission? And why is it that our paid employees, the politicians, tell us what the rules are? Don't we own and pay for the government to exist? For hundreds of years people have explored the relationship between government and the People - here is a new look at this critical issue. Perhaps there is a better way for us to govern our societies. Perhaps its time we wrote our own constitutions, rather than being enslaved to the views of people who lived hundreds of years ago. Perhaps there is a better way. Imagine if we, the People, set the tax rate each year. Wouldn't that we an interesting world?