anonymous
  • anonymous
In a true democracy, the media—magazines, newspapers, and digital and television news—are tightly controlled by the government.
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shishi990
  • shishi990
whats the question
shishi990
  • shishi990
ughhh i seen that but what are ... are you asking what happens in a true democracy?
shishi990
  • shishi990
i think its true

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Zombrexi
  • Zombrexi
I'm not good when it comes to this, but I believe it is false. A democracy is supposed to be free and full of ideas. In other words, people have a right to believe what they want to, and view whatever they want to. It wouldn't be a democracy if everything was strictly controlled. For example, let's say there are 5 presidential candidates for your school, but your principle restricts you to only vote on two. That is NOT a democratic behavior. (I hope this makes sense.)

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