The average American can be pardoned if he or she has that hopelessness feeling when it comes to our government. The federal government is so big, so impersonal, out of our reach, so divided, with a continuous and increasing impact on our lives, run by people who hold more allegiance to their political parties than to the welfare of the people, regulations that are choking us, eroding freedoms — the unfavorable conditions go on and on . . .
But somehow the government and the people survive. Americans have endured even though satisfaction is absent.
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