A Popular Defense of Our Undemocratic Constitution – The Imaginative Conservative

If we consider the Founders’ arguments for the Constitution, we find not only that they intended it to be undemocratic, but that they would defend even its most undemocratic elements on “popular” grounds. What might appear to the partisans of democracy today as outdated roadblocks to efficient government are for the Founders politically salutary forms intended to delay rash action… (essay by Pavlos Papadopoulos)
— Read on www.theimaginativeconservative.org/2018/10/popular-defense-undemocratic-constitution-pavlos-papadopoulos.html

A Republic not a Democacy

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