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Open Source Government, Book One

The End: The Fall of the Political Class

by Chas Holloway

 

This SAMPLE Explains What "Freedom" Is and How It Differs From Centralization.

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The Fall of the Political Class

 

Chas Holloway

 

Open Source Government Book One

 

 

OPEN SOURCE GOVERNMENT BOOK ONE

The End; The Fall of the Political Class

© 2017 by Charles R. Holloway

 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA Holloway, Charles (Chas) R., 1954 –

Open Source Government Book One The End; The Fall of the Political Class Chas Holloway, 1st ed.

An OSG Publications Book

2017

 

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced in any format without permission of the author and publisher.

 

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Editing by Rebecca Marie (UK)& Gyrefalcon Argenteus (US)

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First Edition

Printed in USA

 

 

“Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come.”

- Victor Hugo -

 

It is the business of the future to be dangerous … the major advances in civilization are processes that all but wreck the societies in which they occur

- Alfred North Whitehead -

 

“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes... the ones who see things differently -- they’re not fond of rules... You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things... they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”

- Steve Jobs

 
 

 

What Is Open Source Government?

 

Open Source Government (OSG) is a scientific theory that explains how to manage a society without the use of centralized coercion. 

The core concept in OSG is the term property, which is non-ambiguously and operationally defined within the theory.  Using that as a foundation, OSG then explains how to achieve conditions such as “freedom,” “justice,” how to reduce “crime,” how to attenuate “coercion,” and so on, all without a central authority.  These terms (and some others) are also non-ambiguously and operationally defined within OSG. 

Today, there is a global effort to decentralize society through the blockchain, Ethereum (et al).  But it is not possible to successfully do so unless those efforts also employ OSG algorithms. 

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Section 1.7 (The System and the Guillotine) has been removed from this sample.

 

You Are Reading the First Part of The End: The Fall of the Political Class by Chas Holloway.

You Can Buy the COMPLETE Book HERE ON AMAZON (or you can read it there online for free). 

 
 

You Are Reading the First Part of The End: The Fall of the Political Class by Chas Holloway.

You Can Buy the COMPLETE Book HERE ON AMAZON (or you can read it there online for free). 

 
 

You Are Reading the First Part of The End: The Fall of the Political Class by Chas Holloway.

You Can Buy the COMPLETE Book HERE ON AMAZON (or you can read it there online for free). 

 

Want to Know More About Open Source Government?

 

Open Source Government (OSG) is a scientific theory that explains how to manage a society without the use of centralized coercion. 

The core concept in OSG is the term property, which is non-ambiguously and operationally defined within the theory.  Using that as a foundation, OSG then explains how to achieve conditions such as “freedom,” “justice,” how to reduce “crime,” how to attenuate “coercion,” and so on, all without a central authority.  These terms (and some others) are also non-ambiguously and operationally defined within OSG. 

Today, there is a global effort to decentralize society through the blockchain, Ethereum (et al).  But it is not possible to successfully do so unless those efforts also employ OSG algorithms. 

To learn More about Open Source Government read Chas Holloway's The End: The Fall of the Political Class.

 

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