Sneaky Subversion


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Due to the dynamic nature of building power structures, there will always be an element of ambiguity in the methods used. Without close monitoring, the fluctuating components required to properly build a representative democracy are susceptible to being taken advantage of by deceitful politicians and parties. Often, distortions of the political process are not necessarily illegal but ver-r-ry sneaky. Without enough monitoring, these political loopholes are plenty big enough for crafty tyrants to wiggle through, and it’s almost impossible to push them out once in—like the camel who’s allowed to poke his nose into the tent. Here are some of the legal and pseudo-legal ways that tyranny can take hold.

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