1. the political orientation of those who favor government by the people or by their elected representatives
2. a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
3. the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group
Progress toward democracy has to be made in steps , rather than a sudden leap.
We tore from them the mask of democracy.
He portrayed himself as a champion for democracy.
He was cynical that any good could come of democracy.
In cities people talked about science and democracy, but feudalism flourished on the land.
Professor Baker is unacquainted with the idea of representative democracy.
The person who embodies democracy at the local level is the mayor.
By common consent this election constituted a historic step on the road to democracy.
The term "industrial democracy" is often used as a synonym for worker participation.
Many Croats and Slovenes saw independence as the fast track to democracy.
You can't expect not to have a debate; that's what comes with the territory in a democracy.
Democracy survived the Civil War and the developing industrial leviathan and struggled on into the twentieth century.
The House of Lords is the only bulwark of democracy in this country.
That would not be a good advertisement for Hungary's emerging democracy.
Political hopes for a swift and smooth transition to democracy have been dashed.
Democracy responds and adjusts to the will of the people.
Democracy might elevate the common man to a position of political superiority.
The paper says the President's move has called into question the whole basis of democracy in the country.
We are now striving hard to establish a transparent parliamentary democracy.
He has shown a great deal of courage in sticking up for democracy and civil liberties.
Democracy and entrepreneurial flair often sit uneasily together.
The National League for Democracy pulled off a landslide victory.
The party is trying to give the impression that it alone stands for democracy.
Japanese democracy is certainly different from ours.
Time would be needed for democracy to take root.
They have always looked askance at the western notion of democracy.
Aid to individual countries would be linked to progress towards democracy.
Democracy is incompatible with excessive, bureaucratic regimentation of social life.
There is relatively little information about democracy, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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