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In this era of the global village, the tide of democracy is running. And it will not cease, not in China, not in South A
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"In this era of the global village, the tide of democracy is running. And it will not cease, not in China, not in South Africa, not in any corner of this earth, where the simple idea of democracy and freedom has taken root"

- Paul Tsongas

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This quote by Paul Tsongas speaks to the power of freedom as well as freedom in the modern-day era. In the age of the worldwide town, the idea of freedom as well as freedom has spread out across the globe, and also it is acquiring momentum. This is shown by the increasing number of countries that are transitioning to autonomous systems of government. This fad is not restricted to any specific region or nation, as it is taking hold in position like China and also South Africa, which have commonly been immune to democratic ideals. The quote suggests that the trend of freedom is unstoppable, which it will continue to spread to every edge of the planet. This is an effective statement that talks to the power of freedom and liberty, as well as the capacity for these perfects to cause favorable adjustment in the world.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Paul Tsongas between February 14, 1941 and January 18, 1997. He/she was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 26 other quotes.

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