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Question: What can be done to stop the abuse of power? CPNN article: Book review: The Exception to the Rulers
Posted: July 04 2004,15:18

It's great that this information is out there. Now more people need to be made aware of it and how it affects their everyday lives.

You ask: 'What can be done to stop the abuse of power'?

But, in my opinion, this question misses the point. People around the country are already fighting this kind of abuse. It's a day-to-day struggle on a grassroots level for a real change in local communities and neighborhoods. See, for example, this recent CPNN article on youth activism.

I think a better question would be 'What more can be done'?

What more can be done to increase the scope of democratic movements and ideas and to eject undemocratic governments?
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