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In general terms, the heart of any representative democracy is

A. Congress.

B. Legislature.

C. Suffrage.

D. The Senate.

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Answer: C. Suffrage.

Democracy is a system of government that revolves around the people or populace being governed. The laws, reforms, and policies made are made with the people’s best interests at heart, and the most important element of any representative democracy is the freedom of the people to choose who they want as their leader through voting.

Suffrage is the right the people have to vote for an elected official if they truly want them in power.

Options A, B, and D all involve lawmaking.

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