What is the main difference between a direct democracy and a representative democracy?
Direct democracy is small, while representative is large.
Direct democracy means citizens form a consensus on items directly, while representative uses individuals to represent a larger group.
Direct democracy means politicians speak directly to people, while representative democracy involves using representatives to speak.
Direct democracy utilizes state government primarily, while representative utilizes federal government primarily.
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