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A People's Politics by Keat Peng Goh

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A People's Politics
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781301940530
Number of pages: 108

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This author subscribes to the principle of check and balance in all human enterprises and endeavours to mitigate the effects of human sin. Therefore he supports a two-party system as the only legitimate democratic process whereby contesting sides in an election to parliament, state legislative assembly or local council may not take their constituents for granted.

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