Even the most controlling and fearful government will be left with a backlash. This has been observed from historic events such as the French revolution. These have changed after the inception of democratic governance. The people have two ways to addressing the issues. It is developing antagonism, protests and stealthily attacking the people or developing a proper system where the people gain authority to control over the events. This is done after crafting a career and studying (Bartlett 69).
After the revelations and scandals, Cudahy voters elected council members who were more dynamic and young (Gerber). According to the current data, four of the five officials are now in their late 20s. The council members are all educated and have a college degree. The people used the system to address the issues (Bartlett 70). They created dynamic heuristics where the people set out their careers and came back to reclaim what was lost in their communities. They tried to correct the systemic errors and the institutional issues.
This is a positive effort that causes real change in the communities.