THE MISSING MAJORITY

Thus the rise of diversity means that, although our political systems are theoretically founded on majority rule, it may be impossible to form a majority even on issues crucial to survival. In turn, this collapse of consensus means that more and more governments are MINORITY governments, based on shifting and uncertain coalitions.” “The missing majority makes a mockery of standard democratic rhetoric. It forces us to question whether, under the convergence of speed and diversity, any constituency can ever be “represented.”

—Alvin Toffler, The Third Wave
William Morrow & Co., 1980, pg. 426

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