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    Some people think that Direct Democracy and Dictatorship do not have anything in common but in the contrary they do, not a lot however they do. Direct Democracy and Dictatorship are very different types of governments and people say that they don’t have anything in common but they do. Both governments do their jobs in very different ways although they are told that Direct Democracy is way better than Dictatorship and it’s true in my opinion they have a lot in common and also a lot of differences…

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    Democracy is a system of government where citizens play a key role. Depending on the form of democracy, citizens can either pass laws themselves, or elect representatives to do so for them. Direct democracy is a form of government where citizens get together and vote directly for laws. Representative democracy is a form of government in which people elect representatives who will vote for them in the government. There are many similarities and difference between the two, but in the end their…

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    created in the Constitution, encourages representatives from various interest groups to have a voice in lawmaking. Therefore, controlling factions is a matter of having elected officials to represent different groups. This is more effective than a direct democracy, in which the people who make up a faction would be able to directly influence government. Representation dilutes factions. Elected officials are less likely to negatively impact legislation due to their identification with factions…

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    need government, humans need a form of government to maintain order. Two types of government that have had a major impact on history, through their ability to provide order and leadership, are direct democracy and a republic. Direct Democracy Direct democracy, also called pure democracy, is a form of democracy where the people themselves vote on political issues. The oldest recorded…

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    Americans would rather have a direct democracy in our country today. Many feel that the government under minds the people with their decisions. Direct democracy would allow those people to really see what was going on in their country. The objective of this essay is to describe those advantages and disadvantages of direct democracy. Along with that topic I will also be discussing Alabama Amendment 3. This Amendment falls under the right to bear arms. Direct Democracy is a system of…

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    You did a wonderful job explaining what a direct democracy was. I agree when you say that it was not fair for the direct democratic system, to allow all citizens but those who were women, salves and foreigners to vote. I believe that in a direct democracy all citizens should be entitled to vote and have a say in what they believe. Although, I do believe that a direct democracy would never work in the United States. I think that if everyone had the chance to vote and have a say in what they want,…

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    In the United States there are two form of democracy Republican and Direct democracy. Direct democracy is a form of government where the individual citizen of the country directly vote for the leader or president. This means that everyone's vote is specially counted and everyone gets a fair chance to show support for the candidates, However this only works on small nations. On the other hand there is Republic Democracy, this is where the representatives vote for the leader or president. United…

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    I have come to believe that the American Government would be improved with aspects of direct democracy because it would give American citizens a sense that they have some power in political decision making. The dismal numbers of those who vote in America points to the fact that few people believe that their vote will matter. Swiss high school…

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    The book, acting in an uncertain world: an essay on technical democracy examines the limits of liberal and deliberative democracies with growing technological society and also proposes solutions for the uncertainties prevailing because of them. Michel Callon, one of the authors is a main scholarly driving force of the book. He is well reputed French Sociologist and friend and colleague of Bruno Latour, but inclined toward more applied and less abstract approach than him. It mainly focuses on the…

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    result, there has been a heated controversy whether or not citizens should intervene in the government decision. Once solution that we can limit the influence of our House of Representative Members is to introduce a referendum, which is a practice of democracy in which a group of chosen electorates answer the political matter in the form of yes-no questions. Should we utilize referendum as our decision-making tool, we will face another dilemma of whether we should choose a binding or a…

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