anonymous
  • anonymous
Would a Greek-style democratic system work in modern-day America? Explain your answer.
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anonymous
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The Greek (Athenian) system involved a single meeting of all enfranchised citizens. It was possible because the population of Athens was relatively small, and the citizens entitled to vote were a relatively small number of the inhabitants.With a population in the 100s of millions, and universal suffrage, such a system would be impossibly unwieldy in the US as it would necessitate meetings of millions of people. so no

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