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English Bill of Rights 1689,

English Parliament

The English Bill of Rights, written in 1689, helped shape the foundations of American democracy. The English House of Lords and House of Commons issued this document to express their outrage at King James II of Scotland for trying to "subvert and…

Is The Internet a Viable Threat to Representative Democracy?,

David M. Thompson

In this article, lawyer David M. Thompson examines the impact of the internet on the voting process. He analyzes the principles behind the Greek definition of "representative democracy" in light of new technology. In arguments ranging from an…