What Are the Difference's between Dictatorship and a Democracy?

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The difference between dictatorship and democracy is freedom. In dictatorship a government is controlled by one person known as a dictator thereby losing freedom. In democracy a country is governed by its people thereby gaining freedom and legal equality.
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The difference between a democracy and dictatorship is that a democracy is where you get get to vote for your government and a dictatorship is where your government chooses your leader
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Dictatorship one person possesses absolute power ex.Cuba.
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By definition, a democracy is a government by the people; meaning everyone has a say in the government. A dictatorship system of government in..More?
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Dictatorship--you do what you're told to do, at least superficially, and you live in a state of fear Democracy--you do what you're expected to do by society because you've been brainwashed
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