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Advantages of american democracy
which are reserved for the pleasures of the rich, they commit acts of wanton mischief: can this. Another advantage of democracy is that the power ultimately lies with the people of the country. It cannot be repeated too often that nothing is more fertile in prodigies than the art of being free; but there is nothing more arduous than the apprenticeship of liberty. I say that it is important that the interests of the persons in authority should not conflict with or oppose the interests of the community at large; but I do not insist upon their having the same interests as the whole population, because. As a consequence, the average of society is much more respectable than under any other form of government. It lends development and progress to individual and arouses his interest in social activities.
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It is the idea of right which enabled men to define anarchy and tyranny; and which taught them to remain independent without arrogance, as well as to obey without servility. The idea of right is simply that of virtue introduced into the political world. Under monarchy the Monarch takes decisions as he pleases. Defects of a democratic government easy to be discoveredIts advantages only to be discerned by long observationDemocracy in America often inexpert, but the general tendency of the laws advantageousIn the American democracy public officers have no permanent interests distinct from those of the majorityResult. In the absence of privileged orders, entails and distinctions, devised permanently to separate men into social castes, it is true none are great but those who become so by their acts, but, confining the remark to the upper classes of society, it would be much. They are emancipated from prejudice without having acknowledged the empire of reason; they are neither animated by the instinctive patriotism of monarchical subjects nor by the thinking patriotism of republican citizens; but they have stopped halfway between the two, in the midst of confusion and. It is, therefore, more stable than other forms of Government.