Erin Liu
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Troy High School
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Business, Culture, Democracy, Development, Economy, Environment, Finance, Globalization, Innovation, Justice, Technology, Trade, Youth
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Is It Important to Live in a Democracy?

Posted on January 1, 2019 at 2:12am 0 Comments

Erin Liu

Troy High School

10th Grade

Is it important to live in a democracy? My answer is definitely yes. Foremost, however, I would like to discuss the concept of a democracy before elaborating on its importance.

 

What is Democracy?

To my understanding, democracy involves allowing members of a group to express their opinions towards a matter, and taking those opinions into consideration regardless how different or…

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