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Socrates objected to democracy because it a.put power in the hands of non-experts. b.could lead to the oppression of minorities. c.produced politicians who tell people what they want to hear. d.All
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User: Socrates objected to democracy because it a.put power in the hands of non-experts. b.could lead to the oppression of minorities. c.produced politicians who tell people what they want to hear. d.All of these reasons





Weegy: d.All of these reasons
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User: Benjamin Franklin said that those who would give up their rights in order to be secure deserve neither rights nor security. don't have any rights. should not run for election. should not be allowed to vote.

Weegy: should not be allowed to vote.
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