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The democracy of ancient Athens was different from democracy today in the United States, because why?
Male citizens only. Not male slaves, nor male servants, nor male residents from other lands, nor male residents who did not own property. The definition of citizen was based on having something to lose if things went wrong. [ So if you owned nothing, you had nothing at risk and could not be a citizen. ]
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User: The democracy of ancient Athens was different from democracy today in the United States, because in Athens

User: The democracy of ancient Athens was different from democracy today in the United States, because why?





Weegy: Male citizens only. Not male slaves, nor male servants, nor male residents from other lands, nor male residents who did not own property. The definition of citizen was based on having something to lose if things went wrong. [ So if you owned nothing, you had nothing at risk and could not be a citizen. ]
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