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Democracy is Vital

Jason LeeDecember 31st, 2018Democracy Is VitalThe question of whether democracy is the superior government system; colloquial covering morality and ethical values. By looking at India and Ram Nath Kovind, democracies can be imperfect and not always liberal, but democracy is the best possible system because of its system of values to secure rights, freedoms, and equality. According to The Concepts and Fundamental Principles of Democracy, the democratic principle of political equality is that no…See More
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Democracy is Vital

Jason LeeDecember 31st, 2018Democracy Is VitalThe question of whether democracy is the superior government system; colloquial covering morality and ethical values. By looking at India and Ram Nath Kovind, democracies can be imperfect and not always liberal, but democracy is the best possible system because of its system of values to secure rights, freedoms, and equality. According to The Concepts and Fundamental Principles of Democracy, the democratic principle of political equality is that no…See More
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Democracy is Vital

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December 31st, 2018

Democracy Is Vital

The question of whether democracy is the superior government system; colloquial covering morality and ethical values. By looking at India and Ram Nath Kovind, democracies can be imperfect and not always liberal, but democracy is the best possible system because of its…

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