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Department
Political Science
Course
PO110
Professor
Christopher Anderson
Semester
Fall

Description
Ancient Greek/American Revolutionary Democracy Ancient Greek: Before Greeks, all governments were some form of absolute monarchy. There were subjects and citizens: subjects were subject to the rules given, citizens have rights and freedoms. Ancient Greeks did not want an authority higher than the citizens, so they governed themselves. It was a radical, new rewriting of rules. Direct participation of an equal citizenry, relatively small scale, participation is not voluntary, no political parties or bureaucracy, participation restricted to free adult males, broad understanding of
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