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Debate Score:9
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Total Votes:10
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strong dictatorship is better than a weak democracy

Yes, I agree because...

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No, I disagree because...

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2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...
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Well, that would depend on just how douche-baggery the dictator is I suppose.

2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...
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You have a democracy. Draft men. Your ruleing is weak so people would protest war and try to rebel.

Dictatorship. You can send in thousands at a time and it dosen't realy mater. You are strong and if anyone tries to protest or rebel then they DIE.

2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...
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In a way, it's not good. You could say that Hitler had a strong dictatorship, as did Stalin. Were they good societies? Not really.. Granted, Hitler brought Germany out of hyperinflation, and stabilised the country, but there's always the chance of a power trip. Also, with Stalin, nearly 50 million people were killed due to starvation and being killed by soldiers.

Whether a weak democracy is better though, is another question. I guess there's room for improvement? Can't really think of any benefits of a weak democracy.

2 years ago | Side: No, I disagree because...
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2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...

I don't think that you can call a weak democracy a democracy at all since the citizens have no real role. A strong dictatorship can be good if the dictator can/does help the country but usually someone who is strong and powerful would ignore the welfare of the citizens.(history repeats itself doesn't it?) So the dictator would ignore the citizens while in a democracy more people's (if not all's) ideas would be taken into consideration. So they are both bad but a weak democracy would be better.

2 years ago | Side: No, I disagree because...
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2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...
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No a strong dictatorship is very oppressive, while a weak democracy (If I get your meaning right) is only as oppressive as people allow it to be.

2 years ago | Side: No, I disagree because...
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2 years ago | Side: Yes, I agree because...


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