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Rebel Mystic: Toward a Theorization of the Aesthetic and Communicative Dimensions of Reggae and Dub
Unformatted Document Text:  47 distributed. I also discussed the logical possibility that current socioeconomic and political systems could have natural equilibria in the prehistoric era. In addition, I pointed out that once normal democracy is achieved, political equilibrium would be maintained. The distribution of knowledge or rationality, income, and power would necessarily remain normally distributed. The gravitation of the distribution of knowledge and power toward the average or mean citizen seems to be governed by a law of human nature. Moreover, I discussed the implications of normal democracy to the social and economic systems. I assumed that the trend toward normal democracy and afterwards would be accompanied by similar processes in the social and economic systems. Society would move toward more egalitarian social, political, and economic systems over time. I will now conclude this study by suggesting a caveat. Normal democracy is grounded on the assumptions of modernization theory that economics and politics, among other social systems, necessarily move together over time. Thus, continuous economic development would be essential in order for today’s democracies to reach at normal democracy. Yet, it could be the case that the upward trend of economic development may be reversed temporarily or for an extended period of time. The timing of such a reverse trend in economic development, if any, would, however, matter to bring about any adverse effect on the level of democracy. If such a reverse trend occurs before the achievement of normal democracy, and if it remained for an extended period of time, it could affect the quality of democracy by decreasing the levels of income that citizens receive (See also Kerr, C., 1983). If the reverse trend occurs after normal democracy is albeit a decreasing level, distribution of economic and political power in favor of the upper class will likely continue until the achievement of normal democracy.

Authors: Tracy, James.
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distributed. I also discussed the logical possibility that current socioeconomic and
political systems could have natural equilibria in the prehistoric era. In addition, I
pointed out that once normal democracy is achieved, political equilibrium would be
maintained. The distribution of knowledge or rationality, income, and power would
necessarily remain normally distributed. The gravitation of the distribution of
knowledge and power toward the average or mean citizen seems to be governed by a law
of human nature. Moreover, I discussed the implications of normal democracy to the
social and economic systems. I assumed that the trend toward normal democracy and
afterwards would be accompanied by similar processes in the social and economic
systems. Society would move toward more egalitarian social, political, and economic
systems over time.
I will now conclude this study by suggesting a caveat. Normal democracy is grounded
on the assumptions of modernization theory that economics and politics, among other
social systems, necessarily move together over time. Thus, continuous economic
development would be essential in order for today’s democracies to reach at normal
democracy. Yet, it could be the case that the upward trend of economic development
may be reversed temporarily or for an extended period of time. The timing of such a
reverse trend in economic development, if any, would, however, matter to bring about
any adverse effect on the level of democracy. If such a reverse trend occurs before the
achievement of normal democracy, and if it remained for an extended period of time, it
could affect the quality of democracy by decreasing the levels of income that citizens
receive (See also Kerr, C., 1983). If the reverse trend occurs after normal democracy is
albeit a decreasing level, distribution of economic and political power in favor of the upper class will likely
continue until the achievement of normal democracy.


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