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 Who was the father of democracy?

Answer In America, Thomas Jefferson is known as the "Father of Democracy." Some historians, however, argue that the true creator of a democratic government was the Athenian Kleisthenes, who instituted con... Read More »
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How to Celebrate the International Day of Democracy?

A parliament does not guarantee democracy, but there can be no democracy without a parliament. ~ IPUThe International Day of Democracy (IDD) is held every year on September 15 to celebrate democrac... Read More »
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Which need does the internet satisfy in democracy?

political candidates websites/whats happening in congress/supreme courts recent decisions
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Why is compromise important in a democracy?

Societies that base their political systems on principles of democracy require majorities in order to pass laws and enact public policy. The diversity of interests that exists in most democratic so... Read More »
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Who is the father of American democracy?

Thomas Hooker, a British-American clergyman and the founder of Hartford, Connecticut, is often referred to as the father of American democracy for the role he played in developing Connecticut's Fun... Read More »
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