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Talk about global democracy seems to be fixated on a Reform-Act model of democracy, with 'One person one vote for all affected by the decisions' as for example in a second popularly-apportioned chamber of UN. Politically, that seems wildly unrealistic. But remember that the Reform Acts came very late in process of democratization domestically. The first steps in the beginning that eventually led to full democratization of that sort were: limiting the arbitrary rule on the part of the sovereign; and making the sovereign accountable to others (initially a limited set of others, which then expanded).
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