How discrimination is eliminated

Let’s see how Copiosis deals with the tension that exists between personal freedom and the good of all.

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Anatomy of an effective movement, Part 3

Creating a world where everyone is free isn’t new. Many are doing it. In this series we examine a parallel example happening in Russia.

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The Anatomy Of An Effective Movement, Part 2

Creating a world where everyone has real free isn’t new. Many are doing it. In this series we examine a parallel example happening in Russia.

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Anatomy of an effective movement, Part 1

Creating a world where everyone is free isn’t new. Many are doing it. In this series we examine a parallel example happening in Russia.

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Are public protests useful?

He concluded with pretty much what I have to say about Occupy and other organized “mob” resistance:

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Kindness, unkindness, and genetics

No one decides what human behaviors are more desirable than others in Copiosis, except in the most general sense.

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