Democracy in America

How is it in such a disorganized country as the united states the laws are well enforced

chapter 5 democracy in america

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I went through the chapter. It's rather dry but this is what I get out of it:

The United States strives, as much as possible, to maintain a sense of individual responsibility. When people infringe on the rights of others, court and punishment is needed. America has a de-centralized system. This way, despite national disorganization, the can enforce laws quickly and efficiently at the state and regional levels. The author uses New England as an example of this quick efficiency. By the way, GradeSaver has a pretty good summary of the book if you like. Just follow the source link below