All politics in the end is a response to a fundamental characteristic of social organisation. In every society, there is an inevitable tendency for power to concentrate in a few hands. The power may be expressed in physical, economic, social, religious or hierarchical terms — but at its most fundamental it is power to make choices, the freedom to choose, even at the expense of and against the interests of others.
KeywordsGlobal Economy Political Debate Democratic Government Progressive Politician Democratic Politics
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