Equality in Government

We affirm the equality of all mankind before God, and in society, specifically in their contribution as adults to the election of government and to the shaping of policy.

However, the association of power with wealth and ‘elite’ groups and the disenfranchisement of others through lack of motivation, poverty, or poor education denies this equality.

Therefore, we call for reform: reformed party funding that prevents wealth from having undue influence; policy formed through a dynamic interaction with the population using information technology not elite lobbying; reform of the voting process to form government that reflects the nations voting.

Thesis Background
--Ralph Lee is interested in almost everything. He works with The Navigators promoting discipleship and mission, and also works in a university where he researches and teaches about Eastern Christianity.--

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