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of, representing, or carried on by people at large

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characterized by or advocating or based upon the principles of democracy or social equality

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representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large

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On the Democratic side, the question is whether this nomination is Hillary Clinton's for the asking.
By 1933 the Republican Party of Reconstruction and the Civil War was essentially indistinguishable from the Southern wing of the Democratic Party: racist, bigoted and benighted.
In order for the power of the people to be deployed in this fashion, any power claiming to be democratic will be forced to exert its power in constructing a "people" to its own advantage.
That recent, postcolonial history underlines the degree to which national processes of democratic advance and retreat are affected by transnational arenas.
We must do everything we can to develop our relationship to its full potential, and help Indonesia succeed as a modern, democratic power, one that acts as a positive force on the global stage and ensures prosperity for its people at home.
During this period of successful Democratic fundraising, Republican-leaning "527s" stepped in to help the Republican ticket.
Until the start of next year's primaries and caucuses, the campaigns of the Democratic candidates will largely focus on Bush, the presumptive GOP nominee in 2004.
Still, spurred on by Humphrey and other Northern liberals, the delegates to the 1948 Democratic Convention adopted a platform that called for equal opportunity in the workplace, in politics, and in the military.
Shortly after 1968 the reign of democratic unanimity began, a unanimity so widely and deeply shared that communism itself, speaking through Mikhail Gorbachev's mouth, declared that it no longer existed.
To develop political and democratic culture in the society, the experts underscored the need for establishment of National Democracy Commission (NDC) with a mandate to work for the promotion of political tolerance and democratic values in the society.
Tully points out that the concrete practices of freedom are modifying the forms and loci of democratic citizenship in novel ways, and also the rules of political studies.
In this paper I integrate the literature on the democratic criteria of political equality and accountability, the relationship between democracy and human rights, and the dangers of group polarization and conformity in democratic discourse, with the issues of the future prospects of democratic governance, the procedural requirements of modern democracy, and the quest for post-national democracy.
Last November's Democratic victory catapulted party leaders like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Rahm Emanuel into prominence.
The Granite State, that rugged Republican stronghold tucked in among liberal Massachusetts, "crunchy granola" Vermont, and former bellwether Maine in the northeast corner of the United States, has, or will soon have, a Democratic governor, a Democratic House, a Democratic Senate, a Democratic Governor's Council and two Democratic U.
After winning the August primary in her heavily Democratic district, Jolie Justus is all but assured to become Missouri's first openly lesbian state senator this November, joining Jeanette Mott Oxford, a lesbian incumbent Missouri house member, who also won her primary.
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