[ExI] Summer weather and COVID-19

Keith Henson hkeithhenson at gmail.com
Mon May 25 19:32:13 UTC 2020

John Clark <johnkclark at gmail.com> wrote:

> On August 11 1919 Germany adopted a new constitution and it said Germany
would be a republic with leaders elected by the people every few years and
all were granted the same civil rights and responsibilities. All had the
right to have private property. All had the right of freedom of expression.
All had the right of peaceful assembly. All had the right of freedom of
religion and there was no state religion.  So you tell me, how did that
work out?

Given the economic collapse of the early 20s, about like you should expect.

Constitutions are historically very recent.  Wars are much older.


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