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Which of the following statements about democratic peace is false? Liberal democratic regimes do not fight one another. Political scientists do not agree on why liberal democracies do not fight each other. Liberal democracies are less prone to war than are nations with other forms of government. Immanuel Kant first argued that democracies would be less likely to go to war than other regimes would be.
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The following statement about democratic peace is false: Liberal democracies are less prone to war than are nations with other forms of government.
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The following statement about democratic peace is false: Liberal democracies are less prone to war than are nations with other forms of government.
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