We have history ie the 60s/70s where the country got pretty close to civil war in some ways.
Their are of course protest cultures in the west which act as a pressure valve. The abscence of these in parts of the east leads to the revolution when the protest line is trangressed.
Also in the abscence of a MAJOR (MAJOR!) issue, diversity divides people and ensures there is usually different groups and no consensus.
Lastly a wise man once said...revolutions are fed on hunger.
With material comforts, the revolution is pacified.
- Same way they handled them in the 70s
- Us governement knows not to go too far because of democracyh and guns
- If no one went to work for two weeks the gov would buckle
- All out massacre
- Theyd shuffle the cards and pacify the idiots
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Attempt to pacify, but if it didn't work, things would probably get bloody.
That said, it would take A LOT for Americans to protest on that scale, most are too complacent with the way things are, and if they did protest, they would be quite easily pacified.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE