Author Archives: John Mason

Blacks And The Formation Of A Free Society

What can be said for the future of the modern American Black? Should he be expected to reach the level of the white man, and does he hold a place in a free society? As the percentage of blacks in the United States expands towards 15% and racial tensions grow deeper, we must explore the problems that the black population pose and suggest solutions.

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Who Ought To Vote?

A central and contentious problem of politics, the question of who ought to be eligible to vote has been raised countless times with wildly varying answers. The trend in the western world, starting in the 1800s has been to increase the voting class to larger and larger sizes. This is perhaps most obvious in the example of France, who between ...

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