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Democracy is a political concept or form of government.
Democracy may also refer to:
Literature and publishing
- Democracy (journal), a progressive political journal
- Democracy (Judge Dredd storyline), a recurring theme in the Judge Dredd comic strip
- Democracy (novel), a 1984 novel by Joan Didion
- Democracy (play), a stage play by Michael Frayn
- Democracy: An American Novel, an 1880 novel by Henry Adams
- Democracy: The God That Failed, a book by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
- Democracy (album), 1996 album by English post-punk group Killing Joke
- "Democracy" (song), a song by Leonard Cohen from his album The Future
- Democracy Records, a record label
- When used as a noun, the phrase "a democracy" is often used as substitute for the continental European concept of a Rechtsstaat
- "The Democracy", a late 19th-century term for the U.S. Democratic Party
- Democracy (film), a British film directed by Sidney Morgan
- "Democracy" (Numb3rs), an episode of the television series Numb3rs
- Democracy (video game), a turn based political strategy video game
- Miro Media Player, an Internet TV platform developed by the Participatory Culture Foundation and formerly called Democracy Player
- A management style in which employees take part in decision-making
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