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posted by vickie

What could be the flaws of all men are equal to vote?

  1. Writeacher

    If all men "are equal to vote" (whatever that means), what about ...

    ... women?
    ... people (non-citizens?) who have no stake in whatever government you're referring to?

    In ancient Greece, for example -- http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/athens/home_set.html

    Or are you asking about something else??

  2. vickie

    I meant that all men are equal to vote as in blacks and whites

  3. vickie

    what if black people were able to vote what could be the flaws

  4. Writeacher

    In what time period? Where?

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