01. A large number of university students were imprisoned after demonstrating for [democracy] in the nation's capital.
02. We are very lucky to be living in a truly [democratic] society.
03. The new President is said to be a true [democrat] who will restore real political debate to the nation.
04. Decisions within the group are made [democratically], with an open vote.
05. The spread of [democracy] in Eastern Europe has brought both positive and negative results.
06. The United Nations observers have stated that the country's first [democratic] election was fair.
07. Decisions regarding social activities and homework load were made [democratically] by the students in the class.
08. Winston Churchill once said, "[Democracy] is the worst form of government, except for all the others."
09. Irving Kristol once observed that [democracy] does not guarantee equality of conditions - it only guarantees equality of opportunity.
10. Laurence Peter once said that [democracy] is a process by which the people are free to choose the man who will get the blame.
11. Former Chilean President Augusto Pinochet once said that sometimes [democracy] must be bathed in blood.
12. Winston Churchill once said that the best argument against [democracy] is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.
13. Zaire, the name of one of the largest countries in Africa, was changed in 1997 to the [Democratic] Republic of Congo.
14. Greece, the cradle of [democracy], granted women the right to vote in national elections in 1952.
15. In March of 1996, Lee Teng-hui was sworn in as Taiwan's first [democratically]-elected President.
16. Matthew Fox once noted that the technological achievement of the invention of the printing press has effectively [democratized] knowledge by making it available to everyone.
17. David Suzuki once noted that [democracy] is most challenged when faced with a crisis.
18. In the beginning of [democracy] in America, the right to vote was restricted to white male property owners.

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