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The ideas of Enlightenment philosphers John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau laid the foundations for modern Western democratic governments. What reforms expand democracy in newly industiralized societies?

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  1. More suffrage -- that is permitting men without property to vote -- and eventually granting suffrage to women.

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