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Which of the following correctly describes the role of civil society within regimes?
Civil society is necessary in democratic regimes to provide vehicles for public participation and expression of opinion.
Civil society is not necessary to a democratic regime because the regime itself provides opportunities for participation in government.
Civil society is necessary within authoritarian regimes to promote public participation in government.
Civil society prevents regime change within authoritarian regimes because it serves as an outlet for public frustration.
Civil society is irrelevant to the functioning of both democratic and authoritarian regimes.