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Sam Chase

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PostSubject: Affirmative Brief - Communication   Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:24 am

Value: Communication
Value: Communication

Can a government ever be in total and constant communication with the people?
So complete communication is never possible?
So government can never be fully legitimate with communication?
Is America a legitimate government?
Is voting the voice of the people?
Does a government see the votes?
So they communicate with the Popular Sovereignty, like in America, which you said was legitimate?
So communicating with popular sovereignty is possible, but communicating with all the populous is not?

Joseph Stalin was in constant ‘communication with Russia during his rules because of his secret spy network. Because of said network Millions upon Millions of people died because they said one thing wrong to someone, or near someone, who was in constant communication with Stalin.

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” -George Bernard Shaw (Nobel Prize Winner for Literature)

As we can see, Mr. Shaw agrees with me in saying that communication is an illusion that does not take place. If we are trying to communicate with everyone, we will get nowhere.

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