The 5 w's of democracy

The 5 w's of democracy
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  • Hello today we will be talking direct and representative democracy. Do you know who is involved in direct democracy and who is involved in representative democracy?
  • In direct democracy all the citizens are involved and can vote. The citizens in greece were only men, so only men had the chance to vote. In a representative democracy someone called a representative is the only one who is involved in the actual voting process, but they represent for both women and men.
  • What is the difference between direct democracy and representative democracy?
  • In a direct democracy everyone's opinions are shown individually, while in a representative democracy the representative represents a group of people.  
  • Greece was tired of being ruled by one other people, they decided they should rule themselves. Representative is better today because not everyone can travel far,  that would also be a lot of people. Not everyone in the United States can go to Washington D.C, it would be crowded, and hard to get to.
  • Wow, I didn't realize how different   direct and representative democracy are. Well, that's all  the time we have left so see you next time.
  • When did direct democracy begin?  When did representative democracy begin?
  • Direct democracy began around 500 B.C.E and representative democracy began in 1776 A.D.
  • Where did direct democracy begin?  Where is representative democracy used today?
  • Direct democracy began in ancient Greece, representative began in the United States.
  • Why did direct democracy happen?  Why is it best for representative democracy to be used today?
  • Bye!!!!!!!
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