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defendandprotect Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-04-11 01:24 AM
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68. Great question -- and our Founders warned of "dishonest men" -- that's why we have Bill of Rights --
I think the New Deal worked very well to keep people honest --

and one hell of a lot of stuff from the New Deal written down.

They even had actual prison reform! As in reform meaning a "good thing" -- no ta scam!

Most people, imo, don't wake up every morning trying to figure out how to gai ncontrol

over others or how to take over some other nation's assets -- only the few think that way.

Most people just want to live their lives in peace --

True there are no guarantees -- but I do think the New Deal succeeded very well in that

regard.

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