“When taxpayers are paying for the state, then the people in charge know they have to do the right thing,” Richard Blanton, an anthropologist at Purdue University, says. “Democracy isn’t a one-shot deal that happened one time. It comes and goes, and it’s very difficult to sustain,” he continues.
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