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Which concept of democracy does the statement below define? Everyone is significant in a democracy. A. fundamental worth of every person B. equality of all persons C. individual
freedom D. necessity of compromise
Which concept of democracy does the statement below define? Everyone is significant in a democracy. ANSWER: "B. equality of all persons".
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