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Basic values of democracy
A democracy is a system of government in which supreme authority rests with the people. The word democracy all started when Abraham Lincoln gave the Gettysburg address to the nation. The Gettysburg address was "government of the people, by the people, for the people". A democracy can be in a direct or indirect form. A direct democracy exists when whatever the people think should be right turns into the law. A representative democracy is when a small group of people are picked by the people to represent the people. A democracy can mean all of these definitions I listed but it can be powerfu…
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