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The Global Adoption of Democracy In Family Governance

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Here in the United States, in 2021, there’s a lot of speculation about whether democracy has been challenged and even weakened. I’ve always enjoyed comparing country-level governance to family-level governance, and now may be the time that family governance is displaying an increase in democratic principles. Instead of families learning from country governance, perhaps countries could benefit from seeing the work that’s going on at the family level.

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