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Democratic governments- do they really serve the interests of the people?
Democratic governments - do they really serve the interests of the people?
The understanding and value of democracy, primarily in the United States, continues to provoke interest and disagreement between political thinkers. Democracy is generally understood as a government elected by the majority of people, which is exercised directly through elected representatives. Its principles are social equality, and respect for the individual within that community (Hammock 1).
Zinn defines a democratic country as one that should include universal suffrage, a bill of rights, and competition for offi…
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