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  • Hey you!Who is involved in direct democracy?  Who is involved in representative democracy?
  • Why are you interrogating me?
  • Follow the colors in the order red, orange, yellow, and green!
  • C'mon! Please?
  • Fine. In direct democracy everyone who votes on something is involved in direct democracy. In representative democracy the people who decide to represent a group to make decisions for them are involved.
  • Now, what is the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy?
  • No, wait come back! When did direct democracy begin?  When did representative democracy begin?
  • Okay well direct democracy is when you vote for something or make a decision on your own, representative democracy is when you vote for someone to make decisions for a group of people. Bye!
  • Guys! A monster has appeared with funny clothes to come take me away! Help!
  • So where did direct democracy begin?  Where is representative democracy used today?
  • Nevermind, I know the answer. It started in the US in 1776.
  • Direct democracy this year, the 5th century, and I don't know the answer to the other question because we don't actually use it.
  • Direct democracy began in Athens. I don't know where the other one is used though.
  • Great! Last question! Why did direct democracy happen? It's best that we have representative democracy though, because otherwise citizens will have to vote for every single thing every day.
  • We made direct democracy because we wanted all men to participate in decisions. Now can I go? I've got somewhere to be!
  • Yes, I've gotten my answers.
  • Time to go back home!
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