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Greece is known as the birthplace of democracy. Which line(s) from the play suggest a nascent interest in the value of the democratic process?

A

"The city is the king's — that's the law!"

B

"Reverence asks some reverence in return — but attacks on power never go unchecked, not by the man who holds the reins of power."

C

"As I am next in kin to the dead, I now possess the throne and all its powers."

D

"...our country is our safety. Only while she voyages true on course can we establish friendships, truer than blood itself."

E

"It's no city at all, owned by one man alone."

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