"A pure democracy is a society consisting of a small number of citizens, who assemble and administer the government in person."—James Madison
In at least two paragraphs, discuss whether you believe the framers of the U.S. Constitution created a democracy.
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i'm not asking anyone to right two paragraphs
What the Framers created was a constitutional representative republic. Soveignty is vested in the people, like a democracy (and unlike a constitutional monarchy), but the people do not rule directly. Instead, they elect representatives, at regular intervals, and these rule in the peoples' stead. Their powers are limited, first, by the fact that they are elected for only short terms, and must be re-elected if they wish to continue in power, and secondly, and much more importantly, by the Constitution itself, which puts express written limits on their powers even between elections.