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In Western European political science, the term polyarchy (Greek: poly "many", arkhe "rule") was used by Robert Dahl to describe a form of government in which power is invested in multiple people. It takes the form of neither a dictatorship nor a democracy. This form of government was first implemented in the United States and France and was gradually adopted by many other countries
Alan, do you mean less government of relationships such as in the department of births deaths and marriages?And do you prefer anarchy?
I want my democracy. I want to retain constitutional monarchism.
Jolly, don't you think it is worth maintaining freedom of speech and the right to vote and stand in parliament, if you are a born citizen?
For science, debates with sides and free speech is important!For policy writing and campaigning once again, it is vital.
If a person can restrain others' speech, he can gain too much power.
The press led by one person, in regards to one company can begin to persuade and monopolize and dictate. Going beyond influencing 5% in close elections. Media magnates can be greedy, conservative, austere, gun ho...