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Freedom Friday: Against Democracy


The American system of government is usually referred to as a democracy when it is, in fact, a constitutional republic. This is elementary, and you probably have heard it before. The error is not too shocking, since our republic bears some resemblance to a democratic republic. The basic difference is that, in a constitutional republic, all powers are limited by law, including that of the people. Why is that important? Behold:



Posted 2013·01·04 by David Kjos
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