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Most Nations: 144th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 932nd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,105th+9
Fattest Citizens: 1,493rd Most Armed: 1,500th Rudest Citizens: 1,552nd Largest Retail Industry: 1,572nd Largest Soda Pop Sector: 1,595th Highest Crime Rates: 1,801st Highest Wealthy Incomes: 1,857th Largest Gambling Industry: 1,906th Largest Pizza Delivery Sector: 1,963rd
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Libertatem contains 97 nations, the 144th most in the world.

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The Most Compassionate Citizens in Libertatem

Exhaustive World Census tests involving kittens revealed the following nations to be the most compassionate.

As a region, Libertatem is ranked 16,767th in the world for Most Compassionate Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federation of CoumbaNew York Times Democracy“Libertate e Prosperitate ”
2.The Confederation of CarenaNew York Times Democracy“Novus Ordo Seclorum”
3.The Republic of The New United StatesMoralistic Democracy“Arise, O Glorious Zion, Thou Joy of Latter Days”
4.The Republic of RateriaNew York Times Democracy“For Rateria!”
5.The Borderlands of Ls UnionDemocratic Socialists“Isang tao, isang gawa”
6.The Federal Republic of AmisitLeft-Leaning College State“Power to those with understanding”
7.The Vintar Repuhblich of The White Wolf PeopleCivil Rights Lovefest“The eagle doesn't capture flies.”
8.The Wannabe Libertarians of RanikethNew York Times Democracy“Why not.”
9.The Republic of OziltonLiberal Democratic Socialists“Home of the worthy, hell of the enemy.”
10.The United Republic of New JaslandiaLeft-wing Utopia“Libertas et dignitas omnium”
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Most kids have to be home-schooled or attend private school to have I Pencil; Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?; or the Law as reading material anymore. The 5000 Year Leap was one of my middle school civics textbooks, and a 10mm film presentation --a Philosophy of Liberty was shown to my 6th grade class. A good classical education involving the Trivium, Quadrivium, and American Civics as devised by our founders and developed by the local counties helped produce some of the brightest minds in World history (until hijacked by Dewey, and the Progressive Modern Education "Progressives"). I am fortunate that the Dewey progressives didn't start taking over the curriculum of my school system until i was half way through grade school and a lot of teachers refused to conform into turning us into good little proles.


The Free Land of Bastians wrote:I'm a 16 year old from California. It's pretty much all big government here.

I feel the worst for refugees in the People's Republic of California.

The United States of Patriots and Bastians

The Mad Minarchist of Republic of Minerva wrote:Thomas Sowell's book Basic Economics is largely non-ideological and as, well as basic as you can go. Pick up that if you can.

Thank you for the recommendation.

The Republic of The United States of Patriots wrote:Ah someone close to my age group.(I'm seventeen)
But as Minerva said Tomas Sowell's is the best bet. Also I would add to your statement most of our generation are just plain illiterate

The Liberated Republic of The Aradites wrote:This age group (of which I'm of as well, 17) is unfortunate for literacy about economics or even politics (which even those that are politically aware, are primarily socialist, and those that are conservative or libertarian are usually ostracized by the school), as students are mainly brainwashed with the opinion of "Government good, anti-government bad"
What is nice about learning about economics is that, although one can debate politics with someone, but you most likely won't change any opinions. With econ, it is something that is actually listened to and make those with certain viewpoints change because of one proving a certain problem caused economically.
It's especially bad in Canada (specifically, Quebec for me) where people look at you like you eat babies by saying something like "I don't think the minimum wage is at all necessary" or god forbid "Universal Healthcare is horrible".

I honestly agree with you both about our generation's state. Once our worst come to power, we'll be doomed, if we aren't already.

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anyone willing to help me turn this into a graph of some sort?

The Mad Minarchist of Republic of Minerva wrote:
anyone willing to help me turn this into a graph of some sort?

I will

The Mad Minarchist of Republic of Minerva wrote:
anyone willing to help me turn this into a graph of some sort?

What type of graph do you want?

The Republic of The United States of Patriots wrote:What type of graph do you want?

Line or plot

Does spanking violate the NAP? I think so.

All parental discipline is force or coercion: time-outs, grounding, removing of privileges, etc. Parenting is a benevolent dictatorship.

From "eat your vegetables" to "tell your sister you're sorry" the only NAP kids need is in the afternoon.

So since nobody's really had any opinions on it in ages, I'm going to put Humpy's Constitution and my own up for vote either today or tomorrow, and I'll leave them up there for a while so we can get the 2/3 we need.

I'm not quite sure how we're supposed to get 2/3 when pretty much 90% of our citizenship base doesn't seem to do anything, but, hey, we can try.

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