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Of the five concepts of democracy, necessity of compromise means what? A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. B. Citizens need to compromise all of the time.
C. Compromise is unimportant and should be overlooked. D. Citizens should never compromise their ideals.
A. When people have a disagreement, it is often necessary to compromise. .
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