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By Robert Morrison MacIver / August 27, 1984

The central conception of democracy ... is the conception that it is the person as person that counts; ... not as the member of any class, ... not as belonging to this or that race or group or religion, but the person as person; the conception that as a person he should be given equal rights and equal opportunities with others.

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