From the democratic point of view, a person is wrong, even a criminal is considered a criminal only after a court decision, meaning that the person is still respected as an ordinary citizen. A. N. Radishchev, a Russian writer, makes good sense to emphasize that we are human only once we have learned to see people in others. Skull low top shoes. Of course, a government elected by the majority always has the ability to force the minority to submit to “common will” by coercive means. Alexis de Tocqueville, in his book American Democracy in the 30s of the nineteenth century, recorded a conversation he had with Pennsylvania people about blacks having the right to vote but they do not participate and it is explained as follows.