CBSE Class 10 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 7 Notes - Outcomes of Democracy

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As many of us already know, the government of India is a democratic form of government. In fact, it is the largest democracy in the whole world. As it has been stated in our constitution, the Republic of India is a “Sovereign Democratic Republic”. Dictatorship is the exact opposite of what a democracy is. Therefore, it is important to understand the various outcomes of a democratic form of government in terms of its political, social and economic aspects. The Outcomes of Democracy Class 10 notes by Vedantu will analyse these various aspects. Download the free PDF now.

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Q1. What is the most Basic Outcome of Democracy in a Country in Terms of its Political and Economic Status?

Ans. The most basic outcome of democracy can be understood by analysing the country’s political and economic status under the practices of democracy. To put it briefly, a democratic government is more preferable since it ideally forms on the grounds of the power of the general population. Therefore, a democratic government will be held accountable for its actions and should consider its citizens’ needs and feedback. However, the economic status under a democratic regime is generally unjust and vastly unequal among its citizens. This is because the distribution of generated wealth under democracy is distributed unevenly among the country’s citizens.

Q2. How does a Democratic Government Differ from a Dictatorship in its Practices Towards the General Population?

Ans. A democratic regime follows the establishment of a governing body by considering the needs and requirements of the country’s citizens through the practices of election and voting. Whereas, a dictatorship regime follows the establishment of a country’s governing body through the ruling of one primary leader and then succeeded by the members of their own family. Therefore, a dictatorship regime doesn’t function in accordance with the interests of the general population of a country. So, as can be understood, a democratic government is relatively more considerate of its citizens by giving them the power to choose their leaders, unlike dictatorship.