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Ethan FogartyYale University - UndergraduateA Dialogue on Safeguarding DemocracyMaddy: Hey, do you think that it’s important to live in a democracy?TJ: What do you mean, that’s such a vague question? At least give me a definition to work with.Maddy: Ok sure, let me Google a good one… Let’s see… Merriam-Webster defines it as “a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly.” So I guess what I’m trying to ask is whether you value a…See More
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Ethan FogartyYale University - UndergraduateA Dialogue on Safeguarding DemocracyMaddy: Hey, do you think that it’s important to live in a democracy?TJ: What do you mean, that’s such a vague question? At least give me a definition to work with.Maddy: Ok sure, let me Google a good one… Let’s see… Merriam-Webster defines it as “a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly.” So I guess what I’m trying to ask is whether you value a…See More
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#essaycontest2018

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Ethan Fogarty

Yale University - Undergraduate

A Dialogue on Safeguarding Democracy

Maddy: Hey, do you think that it’s important to live in a democracy?

TJ: What do you mean, that’s such a vague question? At least give me a definition to work with.

Maddy: Ok sure, let me Google a good one… Let’s see……

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