Basic Principles Of Democracy

The United States of America has five basic principles which ensure the ability of the country. The basic foundations: fundamental worth, equality of all persons, majority rule minority rights, necessity of compromise, and ividual freedom. This paper reviews three of the five principles: majority rule and minority rights, individual freedom, and necessity of compromise. Two of these cases of individual freedom plus majority rule and minority rights the United States has failed to uphold. The third case on individual freedom is an undecided case at this point. The United States must not ignore these ations’ importance making judicial decision or the stability of the country is at ...

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voted in by the majority, however the
minority’s rights were not completely maintained. People need to maintain
certain basic rights, and these rights pertain to what they may do to their
property. Justification of how the government failed to honor this basic
Individual freedom is by far one of the most important foundations to a
democracy’s survival. Individual freedom is difficult to define, though a general meaning is illustrated by a quote from Oliver Wendell ...

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Added: 12/21/2005 11:03:41 PM
Category: Political Science
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