If the more articulate members of a community formed a coherent and united class with a common interest, democracy would probably replace in to the rule of that intelligent, educated minority; even as it is, the democracies of the modern world are much closer to this fate than they are to the much-canvassed dangers of mob rule. Far from oppressing the cultured minority, or any other minorities, democracy gives more of them more scope to have their way than any other system does. This is the lesson of experience. It might also have been derived from an analysis of the concept of democracy, if the concept had been accurately analyzed.
What emerges as the truth from a reading of the paragraph is that
Refer to the following lines:"Far from oppressing the cultured minority, or any other minorities, democracy gives more of them more scope to have their way than any other system does." The author clearly mentions that the minorities are given more voice in a democracy which is mentioned in C.
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