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For questions about democracy, a system of government in many countries involving citizens voting, as opposed to dictatorships and other forms of government such as republicanism, where the people only have indirect authority through the ceding of power to elected representatives.

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To answer the question, I have a first hand experience. I was born and raised in the former soviet system. We lived in constant physical fear. All I wanted was to get democracy. Then we got it. But … my eyes just started to open. Because in fact, what we got was not democracy, but capitalism. So why do we who live in developed countries favor democracy: we don't want to live in fear living in …
answered Oct 12 '16 by Árpád Szendrei
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The question is democracy failing? Answer is yes. Why? because it is mostly combined nowadays with capitalism. The two are not working together very well, as capitalism overshadows democracy in some … your question, to keep democracy from failing, the government has to provide financial stability and some sort of equilibrium. That will keep every place safer, and people everywhere enough …
answered Oct 12 '16 by Árpád Szendrei
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understand that capitalism in some ways suppresses democracy; in legal ways (people have no equal ways of buying legal help). But I always thought that the US has equal rights for the masses of people …
asked Oct 11 '16 by Árpád Szendrei