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AOU/Thenjiwe Freedmen's Town-Fourth Ward Mural
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Corpus Justice Pedro Oregon Townhall Gov't policy
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Parodies! Juliet+Romeo Singles Theatre Redwoods
People Christian Forum k.t.b. Great God Contest f.i.h.

de moc ra cy - (n.) 1. Worst form of government ever invented by man (next to theocracy, hypocrisy, plutocracy, anarchy, monarchy, malarky, oligarchy, kritarchy, aristocracy, apostasy, matriarchy, patriarchy, blasphemy, heresy, chemotherapy) 2. "System of government in which words are more important than actions." - Doubter's Handbook. (See Democracy Denied - Lenwood Johnson.) i soc ra cy (n.) 1. Imaginary system of government in which everyone has equal political power. (See also Loch Ness monster, Santa Claus, free speech, separation of church and state.) 2. Egalitarian governance based on rule by consent and freedom of association, similar to syndicalist-anarchy. (See Isocracy & the First Amendment and Letters from the Editor, posting in progress.)

NOTE: "democracy" is to "brotherhood" as "isocracy" is to "sisterhood" - The Editor

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