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First discuss what is democracy, are you speaking of American Democracy, give a valid definition of what democracy is, pure democracy? the individuals participation in the social order? If you are alluding to the townhall concept, Jews in the middle ages kept their communities alive by self-government. How often is the townhall system of government used today? Is representative government a democracy. Does Greece get too much credit for inspiring us to democracy or was it just democracy of autocrats?
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