Re: Evolution of governments (was: Consistency in naming)
|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 15, 2003, 0:04|
--- John Cowan <jcowan@...> wrote:
> These councils started to be
> held in a consistent place on a regular
> perhaps annually for a month or so.
There is a curiously humorous (mis)reading of
> From there on, it's a matter of increasing
> prosperity in the commons,
> increasing irrelevancy (and parasitism) in the
> But it seems to me that 150 years is a little
> short for such a process.
Perhaps they have a long or an ancient tradition
of representative government that the nobles were
recreating. As if Europeans still had a clear
idea and reminiscence of the Roman Senate and
they were consciously bulding from that.
I am sure that the Kemrese form of government and
its Senate come about through a long standing
tradition of Romanity and always having had a
la cieurgeourea provoer mal trasfu ast meiyoer ke 'l andrext ben trasfu.
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