How to win an election

posted by
February 16, 2011
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Mark Brandly  
Posted in Commentary

"In his superb analysis of democracy, Hans-Hermann Hoppe observes that 'prime ministers and presidents are selected for their proven efficiency as morally uninhibited demagogues. Thus, democracy virtually assures that only bad and dangerous men will ever rise to the top of government.' Those who seek political office appear to be eager to break the moral code that most of us are willing to follow." (02/16/11)  

Our Sponsors