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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Jonathan Min HtutStuyvesant High SchoolHigh School Student (11th grade)Living in a democracy is complicated.  The general consensus would be that democracy is a governmental system that is important to live in, and I agree with that. But in today’s world, the standard of democracy is generally confusing and may be difficult to agree with. The definition of the word democracy may vary from the person you ask. But according to the dictionary, a democracy is either “government by the people” or…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Jonathan Min HtutStuyvesant High SchoolHigh School Student (11th grade)Living in a democracy is complicated.  The general consensus would be that democracy is a governmental system that is important to live in, and I agree with that. But in today’s world, the standard of democracy is generally confusing and may be difficult to agree with. The definition of the word democracy may vary from the person you ask. But according to the dictionary, a democracy is either “government by the people” or…See More
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Is it important to live in a democracy?

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Jonathan Min Htut

Stuyvesant High School

High School Student (11th grade)

Living in a democracy is complicated.  The general consensus would be that democracy is a governmental system that is important to live in, and I agree with that. But in today’s world, the standard of democracy is generally confusing and may be…

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