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Elizabeth Wolestone commented on Eloise Griffin's blog post Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure Democracy
"This is a very interesting view on democracy and I appreciate another viewpoint on the topic. "
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Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure Democracy

Eloise Griffin Paul D. Schreiber High School Social Science Research  Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure DemocracyDemocracy is a political system whereby the entire population either directly or indirectly controls the government. A true democracy would be where the masses are relatively unfettered, but constitutional forms of government such as a constitutional republic, limit the power of the populace and guarantee certain protections for minorities and less privileged citizens.…See More
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Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure Democracy

Eloise Griffin Paul D. Schreiber High School Social Science Research  Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure DemocracyDemocracy is a political system whereby the entire population either directly or indirectly controls the government. A true democracy would be where the masses are relatively unfettered, but constitutional forms of government such as a constitutional republic, limit the power of the populace and guarantee certain protections for minorities and less privileged citizens.…See More
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Business, Cities, Communication, Conservation, Culture, Diplomacy, Energy, Environment, Food, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Peace, Religion, Security, Youth
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My name is Eloise Griffin and I am a high schooler. I am in Social Science Research, a class for students interested in research. I wrote a paper on why I personally believe its not important to live in a democracy and I cannot submit it unless I have an account.

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Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure Democracy

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Why It Is Not Always Important To Live In A Pure Democracy

Democracy is a political system whereby the entire population either directly or indirectly controls the government. A true democracy would be where the masses are relatively unfettered, but…

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