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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 4

by William Wilson in 1848

Our author concludes with a resounding call for Martin Van Buren, free soil, free speech, free labor, and free peoples the world over.

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 3

by William Wilson in 1848

Our author continues his assault on slavery by declaring that the world had advanced too far to allow slavery any further.

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 2

by William Wilson in 1848

After defining his terms, our author shifts to a full explanation of slavery’s sinful violations of Christian precepts.

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Democracy vs Doulocracy, Part 1

by William Wilson in 1848

In 1848 Americans joined the bulk of Europe in sparking a revolutionary movement which slowly burned into an abolition wildfire.

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Is Netflix Ruining Culture?

by Pamela J. Hobart on Mar 5, 2019

Contrary to the fears of cultural critics, the rise of digitization has transformed film, music, books, & television for the better. 

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The Functions of the State

by Wordsworth Donisthorpe in 1889

In pursuit of understanding what the state may legitimately do, Donisthorpe explains what modern states actually do.

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The Structure of the State

by Wordsworth Donisthorpe in 1889

Donisthorpe stakes his claim for democracy, both the general trend of history and the first step to a more individualistic world.