For Whose Benefit?
The question of whose benefit the American government is run for, the few big interests or the common good, is not a simple question to answer. There is no straightforward answer because much like the running of the American government itself, all the actions are interrelated and what might seem as being done in the interest of a big interest, might actually be happening to the benefit of the citizens with special
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