2. Compare the ideas of democracy in two of these authors: John Winthrop, Thomas Jefferson, the "Federalist," or Thoreau. What did each writer mean by "democracy"?
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Name Course Instructor Date Review of Jefferson and Winthropâ€™s Democratic Ideologies The general idea of democracy remains an attractive prospect for solid majorities of citizens. The will of the people is paramount in any democratic society. However, popular attachment to the specific institutions of a democratic regime, and how willing citizens feel to apply to a formal criteria of institutional development to the evaluation of regime performance, is a more tentative matter. Democracy is by far the most challenging form of government, both for the leaders and the people. Today, most of the countries in the world are republics, meaning that the officials are elected. Democratic governments are characterized by political rights to the citizens, free and fair elections and independence courts of law. However, democracy is challenging. For example, it is difficult when choosing the rules to be enforced and the people to be arbiters CITATION Bra07 p 96 l 1033 (Bratton 96). John Winthrop has a strong stand against democracy unlike his counte