Countervailing Power

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Stability and productivity are often a product of countervailing powers. For example, the three branches of US government checking and balancing each other. Market competition preventing monopoly is also an example. Important countervailing powers frequently opposed by libertarians include democracy, unionization and government regulation.


The Disease of American Democracy [More...]
An overview of why Americans have no influence over their government compared to the rich and corporations. "We have to establish a new countervailing power."


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