Voting as an alternative to revolution (tossing out the government of the commons) is an excellent idea, as long as (a) this does not affect the monarchy and the military, and (b) as long as it is not asymmetric among the classes. In other words, those who have greater responsibilities and those who have lesser responsibilities must both agree. The real problem of democracy was (a) women and (b) underclasses and (c) vast immigration of underclass (including the catholics who are white.)
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