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Why is disagreement protected in a democracy? a.disagreement is not protected in a democracy b.reasonable people will disagree on what is best for the public interest c.disagreements are fun to watch d.disagreement is a public good

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Heather Maxwell on August 13, 2018

The disagreement is protected, and often cherished in a democracy because "b.reasonable people will disagree on what is best for the public interest", and These disagreements often lead to the search of a common ground.


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