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    gag the democratic voice

    Hi there,
    'It is a regime that knows how to gag the democratic voice'
    'It is a regime that has effective means of gagging the democratic voice'
    Are these sentences correct? Which one sounds better?

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    Re: gag the democratic voice

    'It is a regime that has the means to effectively gag the democratic voice'

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    Re: gag the democratic voice

    Quote Originally Posted by carla guaraldi View Post
    Hi there,
    'It is a regime that knows how to gag the democratic voice'
    'It is a regime that has effective means of gagging the democratic voice'
    Are these sentences correct? Which one sounds better?

    Thank you
    David's suggestion is more sophisticated but, to answer your question, your sentences aren't wrong.

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