Power to all …

under reasonable law.

In order for society to function with as few abuses as can be achieved by an architecture of economics and the State, it seems best for all individuals to have as much power as reasonably possible under a common law. Since this proposed work is rather substantial, taking some 15 years to develop, the following graphic is meant to provide a systematic overview of its major topics.


The purpose is not to say something new about these topics, but rather to create a balanced whole of past practices which together will hopefully prove more difficult to corrupt. It is a systematic implementation of the principle Distribute power, with its emphasis on the danger of internal betrayal from whatever side, as should be the concern for any democratic system of State, and any free market designed to remain open. For a proper understanding you are invited to study the here provided book ‘Distribute Power.’ Thank you for your interest.