Democracy

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Democracy is kinda broken right now. We're trying to fix it.

HistoryEdit

 
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Democracy has been around a long time.

GreeceEdit

The ancient Greeks often get undeserved credit for being the first. They were merely the first to write it down in a way that we can read about today.

Magna CartaEdit

 
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main article: Magna Carta

For a lot of English-speaking countries and cultures, the Magna Carta was pretty important in the advancement of democracy. It comes up a time or two in Wikipedia's article about the "History of democracy"

USAEdit

 
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main: USA
see also: George Washington and Thomas Jefferson

The United States of America (also known as the USA or the US) is a big country, which seems to have a lot of people that think it's the birthplace of democracy. But we're pretty sure the Magna Carta predates George Washington and Thomas Jefferson by a few years.

AdvocacyEdit

 
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main article Advocacy

There are many organizations trying to educate voters about alternatives to first-past-the-post, which is the the electoral system that still has the most use throughout the world.

USAEdit

main article: Advocacy/United_States

Many of the editors of electowiki are electoral reform advocates in the United States. See Advocacy/United States to learn more about advocacy organizations in the United States.