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democracy
(n.) government by the people, either directly or through elected representatives
enfranchisement
(n.) freedom from political servitude; privilege granted to a person or group by government
disenfranchisement
(n.) the act of terminating a franchise; deprivation of privileges of citizenship
suffrage
(n.) the right or privilege of voting
liberty
(n.) condition of being free from restriction or control; freedom from unjust or undue governmental control
freedom
(n.) exemption from an unpleasant or onerous condition
odyssey
(n.) an extended voyage or trip; an intellectual or spiritual quest
pinnacle
(n.) highest point; culmination
justice
(n.) fairness; moral rightness
equality
(n.) the state or quality of being equal
equity
(n.) justice according to natural right; freedom from bias
endeavor
(v.) to strive for
(n.) serious determined effort
equanimity
(n.) eveness of mind, esp. under stress; right disposition
inclusion
(n.) the state of being comprised as part of a whole
exclusion
(n.) the condition of being prevented from acceptance
crisis
(n.) a crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point
process
(n.) a particular course of action intended to achieve a result
pedagogy
(n.) the principles and methods of instruction
fairness
(n.) ability to make judgements free from discrimination or dishonesty