A Direct Republic: The Null Hypothesis of Politics

A Direct Republic: The Null Hypothesis of Politics

by Donnie Gebert

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A direct republic is an organizational model utilizing select parts of a direct democracy and a constitutional republic. All members of a direct republic sign and agree to the constitution/social contract. This contract states you will not engage in murder, rape, theft, and basic crimes against humanity. Once signed, the individual becomes their own representative and places social contributions directly into the funding pools for the social projects they approve of. All other laws are agreed to by adding modular pieces of law onto ones own palate of legal need.

This means the legislature is assembled in a DIY or build-a-bear fashion. Executives are, de facto, the individuals in charge of the projects you fund. The judiciary is self directed and handled by contract. Cases are settled in the arbitration services selected by contract, not by mandated courts with centralized statutes.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161289730
Publisher: Donnie Gebert
Publication date: 02/28/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 86,814
File size: 656 KB

About the Author

Donnie Gebert is a former US Army intelligence sergeant, ammunition supply specialist, infantryman, and US Navy electronics technician. He was medically discharged after 17 years of active service and lives with his three children in Texas.

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