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Which is not one of the four pillars of democracy? A)opportunity for education B)taxation without representation C)equality before the law D)the citizen's freedom voting rights
The answer is B) taxation without representation.
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User: Which is not one of the four pillars of democracy? A)opportunity for education B)taxation without representation C)equality before the law D)the citizen's freedom voting rights





Weegy: The answer is B) taxation without representation.
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Weegy: The answer is: B)those formed to help a specific group of people.
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