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Is it important to live in a democracy?

#essaycontest2018Knaub Artur VitalievichMoscow gymnasium №20, Russian Federation.Senior pupil---------------Why is it important to live in democracy? It is difficult not to ask yourself this question in the 21st century, when autocrats and radicals disappear from politics. Reactionary and militant political programs cause sharp antipathy of the public. People understand that the passivity…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

#essaycontest2018Knaub Artur VitalievichMoscow gymnasium №20, Russian Federation.Senior pupil---------------Why is it important to live in democracy? It is difficult not to ask yourself this question in the 21st century, when autocrats and radicals disappear from politics. Reactionary and militant political programs cause sharp antipathy of the public. People understand that the passivity…See More
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Я старшеклассник столичной российской гимназии. Увлекаюсь политологией и являюсь активистом молодёжной демократической организации. Хотел бы получить новые знания благодаря глобальной сети по этики, ознакомится с материалом.

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

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