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Democracy Reconsidered: The Importance of Liberal Democracy in the 21st Century

John LubianetskyThe Barstow SchoolHigh SchoolDemocracies are more common now as a form of government than almost any other point in history.  However, this rise has stagnated and we are now seeing a form of democratic retreat around the world.  This phenomena has been well documented by Freedom House who have documented a decline in democratic freedoms worldwide for twelve consecutive years.  We have also seen a…See More
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Democracy Reconsidered: The Importance of Liberal Democracy in the 21st Century

John LubianetskyThe Barstow SchoolHigh SchoolDemocracies are more common now as a form of government than almost any other point in history.  However, this rise has stagnated and we are now seeing a form of democratic retreat around the world.  This phenomena has been well documented by Freedom House who have documented a decline in democratic freedoms worldwide for twelve consecutive years.  We have also seen a…See More
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Democracy Reconsidered: The Importance of Liberal Democracy in the 21st Century

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Democracies are more common now as a form of government than almost any other point in history.  However, this rise has stagnated and we are now seeing a form of democratic retreat around the world.  This phenomena…

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