(Note: This is the third and concluding segment in a three part series. The first segment traced the evolution of elective office from a noble public service calling to more of an establishment paradise for the ruling class, with ease and plenty far removed from the day to day lives of ordinary citizens. The second segment identified themes common from Boris Yeltsin's Soviet Union just prior to the collapse of its communist system to Ben Franklin in the early days of the United States. Franklin, in particular, warned of turning elective office from posts of Honour to places of Profit, with potentially disastrous consequences...)
Mr. Franklin then considered the concept of Property rights. He reminded the Citizens that these are Our creation, that for a seat at the table of the American Dream, what We have conferred as a Right, We also have the Power to take away:
How will it end? Will the Princes be dethroned? Or the People enslaved? In the end, it comes to little else.