The Next American Revolution

The Next American Revolution
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Much too optimistic. Repressive fascism is already here. The oligarchs are happy with the feudal system they have built. They do not care about democracy, in fact, they are ideologically committed to destroying it. They have no empathy for the 99%ers. They are ruthless. They believe they are ...Read more

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