Circa 1990, I was an avid reader of The Economist. In a few articles, it pointed the efficiency of Canada’s public health care system compared to USA’s private health care system. I wager the writers of The Economist were hoping that their articles would have some impact on American policies. But it seems their efforts have gone in vain.

This article is a well written summary of other works I have encountered on the internet. The middle class is losing its ground. If trends are to continue for the long term, we should not be surprised to see an Orwellian world with 85% proles, 13% Outer Party (happy for a few meagre privileges) and 2% Inner Party.

Please read the comment from Mr. Patriota. I think he is asking NEW YORK MAGAZINE: “How do we move from here to a better place tomorrow?”

Maybe I should ask: “Does NEW YORK MAGAZINE believe the USA can make this journey with its current system of governance?”

I have invented another system. It will truly be built by the people, run by the people, and run for the people. Does NEW YORK MAGAZINE have the courage to inspect Tiered Democratic Governance?

Dave Volek is the inventor of “Tiered Democratic Governance”. Let’s get rid of all political parties! Visit

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