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Harvard University What Democracy Is and Is Not Article Paper

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Read "What democracy is and is not ..." and compare it to Aristotle's definition of democracy.

1. Describe common characteristics and questions that both authors try to raise and address.

2. Outline differences in both notions and approaches.

3. How do you think both relate to your everyday experiences with democracy?

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Running head: DEMOCRACY

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Democracy
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DEMOCRACY

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Democracy

Describe Common Characteristics and Questions That Both Authors Try To Raise and
Address
Aristotle and the authors of the article have described how democracy ensures equality
and upholds the rule of the land. In addition, they have both identified some of the benefits
that a country can get through a democratic regime. Both Aristotle and the authors ...

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