Coolidge "Unless bureaucracy is constantly resisted it breaks down representativ
President Calvin Coolidge warned in a speech at the College of William and Mary, MAY 15, 1926:
"But there is another ... recent development ... the greatly disproportionate influence of organized minorities ...
Artificial propaganda, paid agitators, selfish interests, all impinge upon members of legislative bodies to force them to represent special elements rather than the great body of their constituency.
"When they are successful, minority rule is established ...
The result is an extravagance on the part of the Government which is ruinous to the people and a multiplicity of regulations and restrictions for the conduct of all kinds of necessary business , which becomes little less than oppressive ..."