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