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Would it be possible to have a social direct democracy?

-No, in a socialist society only a few high-ranking member of the communist party have political power.
-No, a direct democracy requires a free market economy which is not socialist.
-Yes, if everyone voted on economic decisions rather than letting markets decide them, then it could be considered a socilaist direct democracy.
-Yes, if the societ was ruled by a king who made the majority of economic decisions, it could be considered a socialist direct democracy.

Ms. Sue?

My answer is the second choice.

  • Civics -

    I disagree.

    A direct democracy has nothing to do with its economic system.

  • Civics -

    I apologize for the error in my question. It's "socialist direct democracy" which would directly influence the economy. Thoughts Ms. Sue??

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