American democracy is hierarchic democracy. The American people, of course, like any other, is for general purposes rightly thought about in terms of classes somehow understood -- as Americans themselves have lately been saying. The fundamental classes surely are neither equal nor free in choosing and influencing their government. They are instead a hierarchy, ranked from top to bottom.
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Grote Professor Emeritus of the Philosophy of Mind & Logic, University College London, Visiting Professor University of Bath, UK
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