The US Isn’t a Democracy; It’s a Corporate Two-Party Duopoly

And the voter has no say

Photo by Lee Chinyama on Unsplash

The root of most problems in modern America can be traced to the fact that it is no longer really a democracy. The will of the people has little to no bearing on what legislation is passed. And it is becoming less and less relevant.




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Mitchell Peterson

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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