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#10.My philosophy in life is comes from the past novel i read To Kill A Mockingbird when Scout defined democracy to be " Equal rights for all, special privileges for none." This means that everyone should be treated equal and no one in particular should be treated special. This relates to my dream job because i feel that disabled kids should have the same opportunities as us because they shouldn't be treated differently because of their disability.

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the State of America: the U.S. pushes its version of Democracy & Freedom round the globe yet we lost all our marbles & senses as we know not how to define democracy: we already reached Decadence/decline: our gov. rips us law-abiding citizens 2 ways: 1. force 2. fraud...see serious article by Bill Bonner on Laissez-Faire 2013-10-09

Overly simplistic, but accurate enough. We are SUPPOSED to be a Republic. We are now a mixture of a few, such as Communism & Tyranny. DEFINITELY not a Republic any longer. We still can take it back!

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Citizens empowered to enjoy dignity and freedom – this is one of the ways we define democracy. The International Day of Democracy on 15 September gives us an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world #Fairtrade


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The United States in not a democracy, it's a republic. We pledge allegiance to the Republic.......

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Ignorance in the United States…

Ignorance in the United States…the socialist liberal left lives, if not thrives on it.

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We are a DEMOCRACY! Hi Dan, this doesn't sound like the words of a "gay, mosleme fraud," [spelling mistake is Dan's]. Sounds like the wonderful words of a great man.

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"Voice and Vision: Primary Source Readings on American Government and Democracy" (First Edition) Tseggai Isaac This anthology features timeless primary sources that define the American vision of liberty, justice, and equality and document challenges to this vision. The readings address topics such as American liberal ideology, slavery, the military-industrial complex, and the results of seminal Supreme Court cases like the Dred Scott decision and Brown v. Board of Education.