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What would be the most likely result of a direct democracy at the national level. a. highly effective c. ineffectiveness and gridlock b. immediate results d. largely productive
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User: What would be the most likely result of a direct democracy at the national level. a. highly effective c. ineffectiveness and gridlock b. immediate results d. largely productive





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Zimbabwe achieved majority rule a. through elections. c. after a guerrilla war. b. by using nonviolent resistance. d. through negotiations.
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It took the Guerrilla war to bring about the negotiations, and when the negotiations repeatedly halted. The Guerilla war is what brought the negoations back to the table.
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