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What is a Democracy? examples and details.
A Democracy is more than a set of constitutional rules and procedures that determine how a government functions. In a democracy, government is only one part that lives in a social fabric of many and different institutions, political parties, organizations, and associations. This mixture is called pluralism, and it is said that the many organized groups and institutions in a democratic society do not depend upon government for their existence or authority. In a democracy, the powers of the government are, by law, clearly defined and sharply limited. As a result, private organizations are fr…
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