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In a democracy leaders are elected by the people and political decisions are decided by said leaders and voters, In a Dictatorship the Dictator is either elected in a democracy and changes the government into a dictatorship or assumes power by overthrowing the last government. In a Dictatorship almost everything is decided by the dictator with no civilian representation in the government.

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