Multiracial democracy

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Multiracial democracy is a democratic political system that is multiracial.[1] It is cited as aspiration in South Africa after apartheid[2][3] and as existing for the United States.[1][4]

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  1. ^ a b Ford, Matt (17 May 2021). "Our 250-Year Fight for Multiracial Democracy: We say we're for it. We've never truly had it. These next few years will determine its fate". The New Republic.
  2. ^ Bouckaert, Peter N. (1997). "The Negotiated Revolution: South Africa's Transition to a Multiracial Democracy". Stanford Journal of International Law. 33: 375.
  3. ^ Lieberman, Evan; Lekalake, Rorisang (2022). "South Africa's Resilient Democracy". Journal of Democracy. 33 (2): 103–117. doi:10.1353/jod.2022.0021. S2CID 248235234.
  4. ^ Feagin, Joe R. (2004–2005). "Heeding Black Voices: The Court, Brown, and Challenges in Building a Multiracial Democracy". University of Pittsburgh Law Review. 66: 57. doi:10.5195/lawreview.2004.47. hdl:1969.1/184816.