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The Theory of Democracy Revisted - Part Two

The Theory of Democracy Revisted - Part Two
The Classical Issues

  • Giovanni Sartori - Columbia University, New York, USA, Stanford University, USA, Yale University, USA, Harvard University, USA, University of Florence, Italy

January 1987 | 253 pages | CQ Press
This is part two of a two-volume set.&BAD:quot;Democracy is, in part, a debate about what democracy is. With The Theory of Democracy Revisted, Sartori offers an overview of classical and contemporary issues. All students of politics will find his arguments provocative, whether or not they agree with his conclusions.&BAD:quot;&BAD:ndash; Jean Bethke Eishtain, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

very technical for the course being considered

Dr Rachael Chapman
Dept. of social sciences, Northumbria University
November 15, 2012

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