Shi Kun Zhang
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Shi Kun ZhangKimball Union AcademyHigh school#essaycontest2018By definition, democracy means a government by the people. This concept was first used in Greece where participating citizens could directly vote towards the representation which they desire. In the Greek system, male citizens over the age of 20 can vote directly on the subject matter. Many believed that this is also the idea of the American “democracy.” However, this is not the case. In the constitution, not once was the word…See More
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Shi Kun ZhangKimball Union AcademyHigh school#essaycontest2018By definition, democracy means a government by the people. This concept was first used in Greece where participating citizens could directly vote towards the representation which they desire. In the Greek system, male citizens over the age of 20 can vote directly on the subject matter. Many believed that this is also the idea of the American “democracy.” However, this is not the case. In the constitution, not once was the word…See More
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Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a global minded citizen who cares about social impact in regards to environmental issues and global education; I believe in global education without borders. I would like to gain a larger view with multiple perspectives about international relations to global issues from like minded people. I would also like to broaden my knowledge on a more global level and to get ideas and opinions from students and professors around the world.

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Kimball Union Academy

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#essaycontest2018

By definition, democracy means a government by the people. This concept was first used in Greece where participating citizens could directly vote towards the representation which they desire. In the Greek system, male citizens over the age of 20 can vote directly on the subject matter. Many believed that this is also the idea of the American “democracy.” However, this is…

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