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His daily behavior is not consistent with his principles.
Opposition leaders say it's possible the Communists could end up in a small minority.
In those days, a new type of democracy was rising.
It's against my rules to compromise.
Majority rule is a basic principle of democracy.
Many young men died in the cause of democracy during the war.
Many young men died in the cause of democracy during the war.
After the war, the idea of democracy spread throughout Japan.
On the political level the response was the nationalist and fundamentalist revolt of the Maccabees.
The problem of faith brings us to the Thirties and the Western love-affair with communism.
As a young man he flirted briefly with communism.
The foundation of free nations is democracy.
Freedom is the very essence of our democracy.
I acted up to my principles.
I am playing it safe.
I am on the side of democracy.
I am by turns an optimist and a pessimist.
I was charmed with it, adopted it, dropped my abrupt contradiction and positive argumentation, and put on the humble inquirer and doubter.
My father made it a principle to keep early hours.
We must fight for our democracy.

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