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whos ideal government was run by an upper class made up of philosophers? A) Socrates B) Plato C) Aristotle D) Democritus
Whose ideal government was run by an upper class made up of philosophers? B) Plato
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[B.] Plato's ideal government was run by an upper class made up of philosophers.
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B. Plato the government was run by the rich
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