If liberty and equality

If liberty and equality - "If liberty and equality, as...

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"If liberty and equality, as is thought by some, are chiefly to be found in  democracy, they will be best attained when all persons alike share in government  to the utmost." Aristotle  I. WOODROW WILSON a. THE MEANING OF DEMOCRACY i. GOVERNMENT HAS A REPSONSIBILITY TO MAKE THE UNITED STATES FREE. ii. AMERICA IS NOT NOW, AND CANNOT IN THE FUTURE BE, A PLACE FOR UNRESTRICTED INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE. WE HAVE COME UPON AN AGE OF GREAT COOPERATIVE INDUSTRY. iii. THE STEEL CORPORATION IS JUST AS MUCH A PUBLIC BUSINESS AS A GREAT TENEMENT HOUSE IS A PUBLIC HIGHWAY. iv. IT IS NO BUSINESS OF THE LAW IN THE TIME OF JEFFERSON TO COME INTO MY HOUSE AND SEE HOW I KEPT HOUSE. v. BUT WHEN THESE THINGS BECOME PUBLIC, THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD COME IN TO HELP REGULATE IT. vi. I SAY, THEN THE PROPOSITION IN THIS, THAT THEIR SHALL BE TWO MASTERS, THE GREAT CORPORATION, AND OVER IT THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. AND I ASK, WHO WILL BE THE MASTER OVER THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES? IT
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