Democracy

Democracy - Democracy Direct Democracy Indirect Democracy...

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Democracy Types of Democracy Direct Democracy Indirect Democracy Representative Republic Aristotle Founding Fathers Mixed Government (U.S. government as described by John Adams) Elections A necessary characteristic of democracy “Show” Elections: Elections done purely for appearance of democracy Saddam Hussein being elected What is needed to be a legitimate election?
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A viable alternative Defining Democracy --- Paradigmatic concepts Near universal suffrage Democracy as a Legitimizer People are more likely to obey a law if they have had a hand in making it Tocqueville Division of Power Democracy distributes power into many hands in order to prevent abuse Problem: More people in government makes it more expensive Also harder to organize and coordinate Possible Terms Agent Trustee Majoritarian Paradigmatic A model which can also be a definition (can be mathematic)
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