Towards An Ideal Form of Government: A Mid-Term Summary

August 31st, 2012
in Op Ed, syndication

by Frank Li

On January 6, 2012, I published a significant article entitled "Towards An Ideal Form of Government", followed by 14 articles, so far, as a series. Together, they represent a school of thoughts that has been in my mind for many years. I will continue to add more articles to the series in the coming months.

At this time, let me simply group them together not only for myself (e.g. before I lose track of them), but also for you, who may want to read them (again) systematically in sequence, in order to best appreciate my diagnosis and prescription for America.

Here is the complete list so far:

Follow up:

  1. 01/06/2012: Towards An Ideal Form of Government

  2. 01/20/2012: Democracy and Communism: Are They Really the Same?

  3. 02/03/2012: Freedom of the Press in America and in China

  4. 02/10/2012: What is America, Anyway?

  5. 02/17/2012: Brainwashing in Communism and in Democracy

  6. 02/24/2012: American Democracy: What Went Wrong and When?

  7. 03/02/2012: America: What is China, Anyway?

  8. 03/09/2012: Top-10 American Misconceptions about China

  9. 03/16/2012: American Democracy: Massive Falsehoods at The Top!

  10. 03/23/2012: Top-10 American Misconceptions about The World

  11. 04/06/2012: Top-10 American Misconceptions about America

  12. 05/11/2012: America: What is China's Political System, Anyway?

  13. 05/25/2012: Ideology: Yet Another Similarity between Communism and Democracy

  14. 07/20/2012: Kleptocracy: A Fourth Similarity between Communism and Democracy

  15. 08/03/2012: 'You Didn't Build That': A Fifth Similarity between Communism and Democracy

Enjoy and have a good Labor Day weekend!

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About this Author

Frank LiFrank Li is the Founder and President of W.E.I. (West-East International), a Chicago-based import & export company. Frank received his B.E. from Zhejiang University (China) in 1982, M.E. from the University of Tokyo in 1985, and Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 1988, all in Electrical Engineering. He worked for several companies until 2004, when he founded his own company W.E.I. Today, W.E.I. is a leader in the weighing industry not only in products & services, but also in thought and action.

Dr. Li writes extensively and uniquely on politics, for which he has been called "a modern-day Thomas Jefferson" (see page 31).


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