If you wish to practice, we offer you a selection of mock exam questions on Democracy.
As with the other mock exams, we advise you to build a detailed outlines for as many of the questions as you can from the following list.
A detailed outline includes if we want to do things big and well: the introduction with the question that pinpoints the problem and the plan, then the title of your main parts, the title of your subparts, and dashes inside each subpart that indicate your ideas to develop, and finally a conclusion.
Yes, we ask a lot of you, and yes, this is the best and most complete way to do it! However, we do not forget to be pragmatic and we know that time is precious or simply, in a less obvious way, that you are lazy. In this case, you can just think about the main lines of your assignment, what the problem will be.
Churchill declared in 1947:
‘It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government
except all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.’
For example, here is our favorite topic: Is the state an enemy of democracy? What are your outlines? Your ideas? Write them in the comments of this article to see what others think. Tomorrow, come back here, read your comment, and think: how could you improve on yesterday’s work?
Mock exam on Democracy
- Is democracy self-evident?
- Of all the imperfect regimes that have existed, is democracy the best?
- Can democracy evolve?
- How does democracy cope with being run by a few men?
- Is democracy the power of the people for the people?
- In some cases, can society do without democracy?
- Is the state the enemy of democracy?
- Is there such a thing as a real democracy?
Mixed training subjects: Democracy/School
- Is the State of the school of democracy?
- Does the school contribute to democracy?
- Is the school democratic?
- Can democracy be learned at school?
In 3 steps you can help others and yourself. It is very simple, it is called mutual enrichment:
1. POST your outlines in comments
2. COMPARE your ideas
3. IMPROVE your copy
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