America's Man on Horseback


CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO: Selecting New Territories

Totalitarianism, though differing in degrees of harshness, is a historic, natural way of life in countries where the dominant minority comprises less than 10 percent of the population. Over time, political labels change, but iron-handed rule does not. True democracy cannot exist when a population is overwhelmingly nondominant; neither can democracy flourish when exported to or implemented in such countries. China, where more than one in five humans live, had totalitarian rule during thousands of years of its illustrious past. China's pseudo-democracy at my time is a sham; it is government by force or no government at all. - From Page 165


Excerpt from [INTRODUCTION]

Excerpt from [CHAPTER ONE] Greetings and Salutations

Excerpt from [CHAPTER THREE] America's Accelerating Decline

Excerpt from [CHAPTER FOUR] Flatulence and Mendacity

Excerpt from [CHAPTER SEVEN] Ending Crime, Riots, and Lawlessness

Excerpt from [CHAPTER TWENTY] Accountability for the Past

Excerpt from [CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE] The Conquest of Mexico

Guy Odom


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