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Democracy

Posted on January 1, 2019 at 12:32pm 0 Comments

Isaiah Winger

Montgomery Blair High School (Maryland, USA)

High school student

Living in a democracy is one of the most important aspects of a country. Democracy is the ability to choose your leaders in fair and free elections. If that is not part of your government, you do not live in a democracy. However, there are…

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