The Blankenhorn Effect - again

A ha! This explains a lot (from the aforementioned "The Blankenhorn Effect").

"There are many ways in which to organize a democratic system. The U.S. system is among the least-emulated. Most democracies are parliamentary, where a ruling government (or coalition) has a fairly free hand, subject only to limits placed on it by a court."

His sections on Capitalism, Rule of Law, and Democracy are great reading for a libertarian like me. They make so much sense.

Written by Andrew Ittner in misc on Thu 27 March 2003. Tags: commentary, technology