Word of the Day: Democratic

democratic dem-o-crat-ic / dĕm-ə-krăt-ĭk   adjective 1. pertaining to or supporting a form of government where the people retain the power either directly or through elected representatives The best way to enhance freedom in other lands is to demonstrate here that our democratic system is worthy of emulation. Jimmy Carter, 1924 –   2. for the benefit of all Knowledge is the most democratic source of power. Alvin Toffler, 1928 – 2016   3. supporting or practicing social equality Remember and help America remember that the fellowship of human beings is more important than the fellowship of race and class and gender in a democratic society. Marian Wright Edelman, 1939 –   4. Democratic, pertaining to, or a member of, the Democratic Party There isn’t any finer folks living than a Republican that votes the Democratic ticket. Will Rogers, 1879 – 1935