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Which of the following describes a basic concept of democracy? A. Individual worth is valued more than the protection of all citizens. B. All men are of equal ability. C. Majority rules. D. There are no limits to individual freedoms.
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User: Which of the following describes a basic concept of democracy? A. Individual worth is valued more than the protection of all citizens. B. All men are of equal ability. C. Majority rules. D. There are no limits to individual freedoms.

Weegy: B. All men are of equal ability describes a basic concept of democracy en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy
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A basic concept of democracy is; Majority rules.
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