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Which of the following is NOT true about the development of democracy in ancient Athens?(Points : 1) The reforms of Cleisthenes advanced the development of democracy. Only citizens of
Athens had the right to vote. The Council of 500 refers to the number of times a woman could vote. Women, children, immigrants, and slaves were not permitted to vote.
The Council of 500 refers to the number of times a woman could vote. Women, children, immigrants, and slaves were not permitted to vote.
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