As long as legislators produce regulations that add to their benefit or those of lobbyists, the conundrum facing the underrepresented voting citizens will continue to be whether to change the system or expect that the judgement of citizens will provide those in elected positions to be of good moral and honorable character. There is little evidence that either of these choices is plausible, but it is essential that there be no avoidance of the call to action by the excuse of ignorance or apathy.
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