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By: Clifton Thornton

The Tyranny of Democracy

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This book traces the historical rise of democracy throughout the world and how the proletariat over time have come to dominate it, leading to ever increasing demands for social welfare spending by democratic governments and the accompanying imposts of taxation to pay for it all. The result being that the bourgeoisie are slowly being financially destroyed (in the same manner that the aristocracy was politically destroyed) by the democratic experiment. The book explains how progressive taxation regimes are the tools to achieve this destruction and how inherently unfair, unjust and brutally tyrannical it is to the wealthy.

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