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THE HISTORY OF DEMOCRACY BY:HODAN ABDILLAHI

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THE HISTORY OF DEMOCRACY BY:HODAN ABDILLAHI
Democracy in the Middle Ages
Although democracy wasn't directly instituted in the Middle Age.Alot of ideas of democracy went through.
Democracy jn England
In 1215 AD,the Magna Carta open the doors more democracy.
Iroquois Confederacy
Modern Day Democracy
Democracy movements can be seen all over the world.Revolutions began against monarchies.
Orgin of Democracy
The historic origins of democracy is Ancient Athens which is the birthplace of democracy.

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"A Brief History of Democracy and Its Benefits." , Introduction to Democracy, Potentials of Democracy, SOSE Year 9, NSW. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Dec. 2013. <http://www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-18_u-492_t-1338_c-5143/a-brief-history-of-democracy-and-its-benefits/nsw/commerce/introduction-to-democracy/potentials-of-democracy>.
For nearly 200 years the Iroquois were a very powerful factor in North American colonial policy making decisons.
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