Difference between revisions of "Infrastructure and Freedom of Movement"

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These two factors do randomly count as prerequisites of democracy. Probably because we in the West take these aspects so much for granted that we don´t give them much thought.
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However, to secure a functional society, an infrastructure is needed to provide free movement for people and information. To begin with, this means that there are no tariff barriers, town gates or similar which prevent one from traveling to places of one's own choice or meeting up with the people one wants to meet. 
  
 
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Revision as of 17:23, 28 April 2010

These two factors do randomly count as prerequisites of democracy. Probably because we in the West take these aspects so much for granted that we don´t give them much thought.

However, to secure a functional society, an infrastructure is needed to provide free movement for people and information. To begin with, this means that there are no tariff barriers, town gates or similar which prevent one from traveling to places of one's own choice or meeting up with the people one wants to meet.

Yet, this means r











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