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A Question of Race

Reader comment on item: A Better World[, Explains Michael Mandelbaum]
in response to reader comment: Democracy is dictatorship by the majority.

Submitted by Rophe Omega (United States), Mar 6, 2011 at 13:09

When 51%, all white and far from a clear majority, decide a vote in deference ot 49% a 100% Black and other enthicities; then we are clearly under the dictatorship of Caucasian Capitalism that largly exempts the non-white constituent. Clearly far from free trade.

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