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  1. The people practically never influence and have not influenced any processes in history. Firstly, because for a long time there were simply no peoples. There were citizens who were divided according to their workshops and surnames. There was peasant biomass, divided between the owners of farms. And so on.

    Even when nations began to form and become aware of themselves, they were still given nothing for a long time. and they did the right thing. And even now, the “will of the people” is an opportunity in less than half of the countries of the world to solve not very important issues for themselves for four years to come. That's all. Everything else – long-term planning or operational decisions are made without the participation of the people, even in the most democratic countries. Because there are simply no technologies, even if you want to do it differently.

    Of course, the will of the people implies any participation of at least 50% of the country's population. In most of the same movement, single percentages are involved (even in civil wars).

  2. As a rule, in those moments when the traditional state-owned the institutes were not in the best condition:

    • Turmoil

    • The Revolution of 1905-1907, the October Revolution and the Civil War

    • Great Patriotic War

    Well, when establishing the republican form of government, when the parliament was elected by universal equal suffrage – that is, from October 1917 to the present day

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