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Of the five concepts of democracy, necessity of compromise means what? A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. B. Citizens need to compromise all
of the time. C. Compromise is unimportant and should be overlooked. D. Citizens should never compromise their ideals.
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User: Of the five concepts of democracy, necessity of compromise means what? A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. B. Citizens need to compromise all of the time. C. Compromise is unimportant and should be overlooked. D. Citizens should never compromise their ideals.

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