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America has had no President for 20 years... (t/f)?
Let us search for an answer that goes
deeper than asking the post master if the White House on Pennsylvania
Avenue in Washington D.C. was inhabited during the last 20 years and
received mail addressed to the President of the United States of
America. His answer would likely be, yes. This wouldn't answer the
above question, however, because the test for truth lies in the
proposition that the absolute of truth can never be fully known, but
becomes manifest by its increasing effect for the advance of civilization. In
this context truth can be measured in a concrete and tangible fashion.
LaRouche has put it this way; saying that the discovery of truth becomes
manifest in the increase of the potential population density of a
nation, region, or world.