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Would a democracy succeed in Iraq?
To establish a democracy in Iraq would undo a heritage that has lasted hundreds of years. A democracy will not work in Iraq because the people in Iraq are too uneducated to elect a leader democratically. The Iraqi people are divided by three major ethnic groups that prevent a united democratic nation. The government that could unite Iraq is an aristocracy. An aristocracy will allow representatives of each region to voice the opinions of the people according to their needs. In an aristocracy the U.S. could be called upon if corruption was occurring. The representatives of each region…
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