Advocalism Q & A
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#1 Mar 4, 2016
Q: What is Advocalism?
A: Advocalism is a centralized form of government without bureaucracies, distinguished by a monetary system completely owned by the government rather than by a central bank.
Q: What would replace the bureaucracies?
A: Instead of bureaucracies, there would be privatized institutions that would be presided over by an appointed official with the recommendation of the President, which Congress must vote to approve or disapprove.
Q: How is this different from an HMO?
A: An HMO is generally a private health organization. Although, Advocalism would allow for an appointed official recommended by the current President, who would have the final say. But the President is the only one who could overrule the head of the healthcare institution.
Q: Why don't we test this on another country first?
A: The United States government needs to be downsized, while still having strong welfare programs, not to mention a more lenient economy.
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