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What is the difference between a direct and a representative democracy(or indirect)

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  1. In a direct democracy, every citizen can vote on everything -- directly. (Ancient Athens in Greece did this, but their definition of who was a citizen wasn't what ours today is.)

    In an indirect or representative democracy (called a Republic), citizens vote to elect people who will represent them in various legislative bodies.

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