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Living in a Democracy Is Important

Living in a Democracy Is ImportantWe are eager to have freedom because as human beings, we desire to express ourselves. As citizens, we hope there is no autocracy. With the development of society, as a result, democracy came into being. It is important to live in a democracy because human rights are offered, everyone is equal before the law and autocracy can be avoided.Talking about the importance to live in a democracy, the first thing is that human rights can be offered. Animals are eager to…See More
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Living in a Democracy Is Important

Living in a Democracy Is ImportantWe are eager to have freedom because as human beings, we desire to express ourselves. As citizens, we hope there is no autocracy. With the development of society, as a result, democracy came into being. It is important to live in a democracy because human rights are offered, everyone is equal before the law and autocracy can be avoided.Talking about the importance to live in a democracy, the first thing is that human rights can be offered. Animals are eager to…See More
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Living in a Democracy Is Important

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Living in a Democracy Is Important

We are eager to have freedom because as human beings, we desire to express ourselves. As citizens, we hope there is no autocracy. With the development of society, as a result, democracy came into being. It is important to live in a democracy because human rights are offered, everyone is equal before the law and autocracy can be avoided.

Talking about the importance to live in a democracy, the first thing is…

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