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democratic state

noun as in republic

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Having a democratic state for Jews and a nondemocratic occupied state for Palestinians is unsustainable.

They were called the front line of democracy in an ever less democratic state.

Stalin had no intention of allowing the Poles an independent let alone democratic state.

“The entire opposition inside Iran advocates a democratic state, but they do not agree on the way to achieve it,” he said.

A democratic state is not a person, but it may have personality.

But in the modern democratic state the classes have as yet attained no effective organization.

The state (a democratic state was of course understood) was to own all property.

In the Republic itself there is a description of the Democratic State, in which the slaves push you off the pavement.

The rules of good-breeding, in a democratic state, must be founded on these principles.

The democratic State has been compared to "one huge Christian personality, one mighty growth or stature of an honest man."


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to democratic state, such as: commonwealth, self-government, constitutional government, and representative government.

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