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If the decisions of government are based upon the will of the majority, the rights of the minority are always in jeopardy. If the rights of some are respected and the rights of others, are not, are we not witnessing the tyranny of the majority?

Democracies follow the philosophy that whatever is in favor of the greater good of the greater number should be the nation's political structure, for the people to be best served. This was the philosophy promoted by Karl Marx.

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Comment by Online Professor on October 9, 2017 at 4:42am

In Democracies the rights of the individual are always in jeopardy There are no inalienable rights in a democracy, only privileges that can be given or taken away.

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