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Considering The History Of Our Democracy, Does It Really Have A Future?

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A lot of people are talking about the death of democracy in America lately, but if the 2016 election is any indication of the state of our democracy, the truth is that we don’t really have much of one. We never really have.

Looking back over the rates of participation in presidential elections over the last couple of centuries, it is now just…




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