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16 April, 05:39

Which statement best describes a difference between democracy and republic?

A. Citizens in a republic can either directly or indirectly influence the government, while citizens in a democracy can only indirectly influence the government through elected officials.

B. Citizens in a republic are granted unlimited power, while a democracy limits the citizens' power.

C. Citizens in a democracy can either directly or indirectly influence the government, while citizens in a republic can only indirectly influence the government through elected officials.

D. Citizens in a republic grant sovereignty to the government, while a democracy gets its sovereignty from an absolute monarch.

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  1. 16 April, 07:07
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    I say A ... republic are ran in smaller places so it's easier to directly effect the government
  2. 16 April, 07:08
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    i think the answer is b or d but if im wrong sorry
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