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Isbn Johnston, Douglas.; Reisman,. What distinguishes a republic is that it has an elected government. 73 In the 1860 United States Census, the slave population in the United States had grown to four million, 74 and in Reconstruction after the Civil War (late 1860s the newly freed slaves became citizens with a nominal right to vote for men. Globalisation, Power, and Democracy. But their indefatigable labor improves the soil and secures for them a comparative well-being.
Democracy (Greek: dmokrata, literally "rule by people in modern usage, has three senses - all for a system of government where the citizens exercise power by voting.
There is a view even in Left circles in the advanced capitalist countries that imperialism as a conceptual category has lost its relevance in the era of globalisation.
On the one hand, the big bourgeoisies in third world countries like India, are themselves so deeply integrated into the project.
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Johns Hopkins University Press. Riker, Adam Przeworski, Richard Posner. Examples include the extensive use of referendums in the US state of California, which is a state that has more than 20 million voters. University Press of America. John Dunn, Democracy: the unfinished journey 508 BC 1993 AD, Oxford University Press, 1994, isbn Raaflaub, Ober Wallace 2007,. .