democracy[ dih-mok-ruh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF democracy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMOCRACY
The Constitution of 1787 did not make our democracy impotent.
The most important tasks of a democracy are done by everyone.
This democracy will not do; this it is not now doing, and this it never will attempt.
When a people really means to do something, it must resort to democracy.
I say with a stick, not with sticks, for that is the whole argument about democracy.
But there is no doubt that democracy is wonderfully strong in literature.
The second form of government is a republic, sometimes called a democracy.
There is just one thing that would have been fatal to our democracy.
It was democracy, rather than "representative" government, under its purest aspect.
Democracy, as embodied in such a leader as Lincoln, has meant Fellowship.