democracy and the age of reasonModern democracy emerged with the age of reason, dawning centuries ago for men, and as men reasoned it was rational to relinquish outright control of communities, over the past century for women.
Attempts to accommodate women's reason with democracy have so far failed through a lingering reluctance by men to cede control over women with the acknowledgement that women and men think differently.
These failed attempts have produced untrustworthy, irrational, corporate-controlled government as with that of Howard, Bush and Blair, in pursuit of unsustainable short-term profit and personal gain achieved in concert with a compliant judiciary through bluff, deception and intrigue fuelling greed and global violence.
Democracy is not about a bogus constitution never ratified by a women's legislature with irrational elections in which women and men vote for each other.
Accommodating two approaches to reason with democracy can only be accomplished by women electing female candidates to a women's legislature and men electing male candidates to a men's legislature presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.