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DeTocqueville and Mill, and the Tyranny of the Majority
Threat of Tyranny of the Majority not Strong enough to "Temper" the Spirit of Democracy
In the present political spectrum, democracy is essentially understood as both the most humane and effective means by which to govern a body politic. While democracy is currently relatively non-controversial, this was not the case during its establishment. The democratic experiment in America was viewed somewhat indifferently by many of the world's prominent political philosophers. Alexis de Tocqueville and John Stuart Mill existed among those most apprehensive of the democratic experiment. …
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