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Why Democracy is Important

Ryan Charles BreretonGreen Run CollegiateSophomore class of 2021There are many reasons to have a democracy in today's society for a government to work. Everything in our daily lives work because democracy is in affect. But I do agree there are things that democracy could fix. I think the idea of democracy is good for our government because of how it positively affects American citizens.According to Google, democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members…See More
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Why Democracy is Important

Ryan Charles BreretonGreen Run CollegiateSophomore class of 2021There are many reasons to have a democracy in today's society for a government to work. Everything in our daily lives work because democracy is in affect. But I do agree there are things that democracy could fix. I think the idea of democracy is good for our government because of how it positively affects American citizens.According to Google, democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members…See More
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Why Democracy is Important

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Ryan Charles Brereton

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Sophomore class of 2021

There are many reasons to have a democracy in today's society for a government to work. Everything in our daily lives work because democracy is in affect. But I do agree there are things that democracy could fix. I think the idea of democracy is good for our government because of how it positively affects American citizens.

According to Google, democracy is a system of government by the…

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