Laws for the benefit of who?

Reply Mon 15 Mar, 2010 01:28 am
This all comes from the power elite. They set the status quo and the working class follows it even though it truly *isn't* in there best interest.

Laws often are reasonable but they hardly ever step on the toes of the people on top.

Thus, laws have complex relationships that include these dysfunctional barriers.

For more checkout chomsky, marx, gramsci etc
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Reply Sun 22 Jun, 2014 03:39 pm
the law is supposed to be merciful. That much I know. It's supposed to be Mercy.

There is a problem in the law that details that but I temporarily forgot what it was, a logic problem.
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