Talking About Revolution. Northeastern Law Magazine.
“But if the enforcers are cheating, and the rules for electing new government are constrained by the existing ruling party — constraints such as controlling [the process of counting the population via] the census or limiting access to the ballot — the people cannot solve the crisis within our democratic and constitutional norms. This kind of constitutional crisis can lead to revolution because of the profound inequality, the constraints on liberty the consolidation of power creates, and the feeling of hopelessness both produce.” Professor Jessica Silbey.

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