In summary, the United States' 220 year Democracy (of its 400 year history since the English arrived) is longer than that of the Greeks, the Romans, or the British, the only large ones ever, all European. Two collapsed demoralized under emperors like all past civilizations. The two moderns, of one Christian tradition with durable democratic strength, have been autocraticly led further away from it into decadent empires than people realized. Britain has shrunk. America also follows the Greco-Roman decay steps toward collapsing empire die-offs. One feature has been loss of its original separation of powers in executives and courts. Potentially possible repairs are unlikely, especially in the courts. Other worldwide problems, like population pressure on resources and borders, constrain the future, with many puzzles and issues for traditional people to resolve for survival. This is the third and final part of a three book series. Each may be read separately.
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