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TABLE OF CONTENTS


PART I. GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS


Chapter 1. Group Equality
Democracy in America
The U.S. Constitution and The Bill of Rights
Four Group Inequalities in the Language of the Constitution
Inequality 1: The Constitution Guarantees a Republic, Not a Democracy
Inequality 2: The Three-Fifths Compromise was a Product of Slavery
Inequality 3: Electors, Not the American People, Choose the President
Inequality 4: Electors Choose the Vice-President (12th Amendment) 

Infecting the Constitution with Spirit of Party

Chapter 2. Governing Power over a Group
Democratization of the Four Powers of Government
The Five Basic Models of Government
Model 1: Democratic Ruler
Model 2: Nondemocratic Ruler (i.e., England, 1787) 
Model 3: Democratic Republic (i.e., the United States, 1787) 
Model 4: Nondemocratic Republic (i.e., the United States, 2018) 
Model 5: Technodemocratic Republic

Power 1: Communication
Power 2: Options
Leadership Options
Action Options
If You’re Not at the Table, You’re on the Menu

Power 3: Decisions
Power 4: Accountability
Accountability Process 1: Legislative Process
Accountability Process 2: Executive Process
Accountability Process 3: Judicial Process
Accountability Process 4: Election Process
Accountability Process 5: Checks-and-Balances Process
Accountability Process 6: Due Process

Accountability Processes Require Evidence

Chapter 3. Overview of a U.S. Technodemocratic Republic
What Is a Technodemocratic Candidate? 
What Is the User Platform? 
What Is Blockchain Security? 
What Is a Data Service? 
How the User Platform Eliminates both Government and Corporate Middlemen
How the User Platform Protects the Privacy of 100% of the American People
Risk Requirements: Less Risk than a 1% System
Technical Requirements: The Internet, Mobile Apps, and Blockchain Security
Legal Requirements: Assertion of Rights by the American People
Funding Requirements: No Tax Dollars Needed