What deeds/practices/means can minimize corruption?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Corruption in general or in politics?

    In general, we would have to have integrity, morals and respect for others.

    In politics, we would need to adhere to the Constitution again, it was very guarded against allowing corruption.

    We need to have the Senators appointed by the States as it was originally. Also get rid of the income tax, it is set up for corruption and gives the federal government direct control over the citizens instead of the citizens having control over our government. Last we need our representation back. In 1929 Congress passed a law to keep our representation at 435 in the House. The Constitution set up 1 Congressman for every 30,000 citizens. Now we have 1 Congressman for every 700,000 citizens, which makes lobbyist more important than the citizens.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The return of honesty, integrity, and responsibility.

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