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Introducing Democracy. 80 Questions and Answers
What is democracy? What is the relation between democracy and individual rights? Is majority rule always democratic? How can democracy be maintained and improved?
 

introducing_democracy.jpg These are among the 80 questions on democracy this book addresses throughout its 6 chapters:

This revised edition also takes into account new challenges facing our societies, from international terrorism to the HIV and AIDS pandemic.

Its clear exposition of democratic theory and practice will be of value to students, activists, civil servants and interested citizens across the world.

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Author(s) Beetham, David; Boyle, Kevin - with cartoons by Plantu
Edition 2nd revised edition, first published in 1995
Publication Date 2009-04-06 7:00 am
Publisher UNESCO
Publication Location Paris, France
Number of Pages 134 p.
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ISBN 978-92-3-104087-0
Keywords civil and political rights, civil society, democracy, elections, human rights, nationalism, political participation, political parties



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