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What is the definition of a democratic reformer?

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2014-09-18 00:17:31
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A democratic reformer is an activist or politician who seeks to institute democratic principles in a government. They may work for free elections or fair representation of people in government, for example.

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a member of the democrat party in the U.S

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He was a democratic progressive reformer.

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The main definition of 'reformer' is one who reforms; one who disputes the accepted and advocates to bring about change in politics or society. The proper noun Reformer (capitalized) refers to a leader of the Protestant Reformation.

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In general terms, a 'democratic reformer' is a political activist of some kind who seeks to make (and/or makes) political reforms of a democratic nature in a particular governing body or bodies. In the context of the American Founding, the members of the Continental Congress may be loosely described as 'democratic reformers' by virtue of their formation of a new government that represents a reformation of existing government in their age.

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the definition can be found through the root democratic. It is the governments idea, way of making these decisions.

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The Southern states representing the Democratic Party.

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No. A dictatorship is by definition a non-democratic form of government.

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The reformer was coming to town for a message.

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It is not democratic in the strictest definition of the word. The US is a democratic republic. The people do not directly vote on issues, they elect representatives who vote on issues and are supposed to represent the views of their constituents.

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depends on your definition, the US for example is not a democracy but a republic, Iran is a formal democracy but is not considered democratic by most

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Democratic is a word used to describe someone who is part of the democratic party. This term is used when referring to politics or government issues.

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One synonym for social reformer is activist.

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the word reform means to make a change! like harriet tubman made a change so she was considered a reformer!

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She was an English prison reformer, a social reformer , Quaker and a philanthropist.

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A democratic regime whose head of government and head of state is a president.

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Yes. Julius Caesar was a great reformer and ruler, some what at least.


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