5 edition of The real world of democracy found in the catalog.
The real world of democracy
C. B. Macpherson
|Statement||by C. B. Macpherson.|
|Series||The Massey lectures, 4th ser.|
|Contributions||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||JC433 .M254 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||66005038|
Pages in category "Books about democracy" The following 49 pages are in this category, out of 49 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Title: The Real World of Democracy Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X 5 X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X 5 X in Published: Ap Publisher: House Of Anansi Press Inc Language: English.
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This book gave me new perspective on the idea of democracy, and how it is manifested in the world. A lot of value for only 67 pages. A mix of political science, economics, history, and philosophy/5. "The Real World of Democracy" is a short, dated book, full of irrelevancies and preposterous logic.
Here McPherson argues that work in a society where free markets exist, even work in the public sector, involves dehumanizing "transfer of power" to those who own capital. "Ian Shapiro's title captures the great virtue of his latest book: he has, brilliantly and usefully, related democratic theory, an academic field in which he towers, to the real world of partisanship, public opinion polls, debates over taxes and abortion, and international diplomacy.
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Books shelved as democracy: How Democracies Die: What History Reveals About Our Future by Steven Levitsky, Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville. The Real World of Democracy.
The real world of democracy book The Real World of Democracy (), Macpherson presented his core argument: “It is clear that the real world of democracy has changed. And it is probable that it will go on changing.
We in the West are gradually realizing that the West no longer has a monopoly on civilization or world leadership.
In The Real World of Democracy, C. Macpherson examines the rival ideas of democracy — the communist, Third World, and Western-liberal variants — and their impacts on one another. Macpherson, who was a professor of political science at the University of Toronto and an Officer of the Order of Canada, suggests that the West need not fear any challenge to liberal.
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Macpherson examines the rival ideas of democracy - the communist, Third World, and Western-liberal variants - and their impact on one another. A real democracy, however, is a direct and participatory democracy, in which all citizens have the possibility and the right to participate in the decisions that affect our lives and our communities.
While the powers that be and mainstream media and pundits argue that such a citizen-based democracy is not possible or even desirable, there exist.
"10% Less Democracy is a joy to read. If you liked Freakonomics or Predictably Irrational, you'll love this book. It deserves to be read widely, widely discussed — and acted upon. A tour de force combining the best economic insight with real-world, practical applications. Democracy (Greek: δημοκρατία, The term is derived from the Greek words dēmokratiā, dēmos (“people”) and kratos (“rule”) "rule by [the] people") is a form of government in which the people have the authority to choose their governing people are and how authority is shared among them are core issues for democratic theory, development and constitution.
In the end, Bryan interprets this brand of local government to find evidence for its considerable staying power as the most authentic and meaningful form of direct democracy. Giving us a rare glimpse into how democracy works in the real world, Bryan presents here an unorthodox and definitive book on this most cherished of American institutions.
A review of Jason Brennan's important new book, "Against Democracy." there is a substantial likelihood that real-world Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you can. Two important new books on democracy, expertise, and public ignorance.
Nichols’ book addresses an interesting paradox: education levels are higher than ever before, and – thanks to. Whenever the two met—and they frequently did, sometimes just outside my office—they usually shared a big bear hug, no mere political shoulder-to-shoulder touch but the real thing.
I learned a lot about real-world politics that year, even though I was by Capitol Hill standards not at all a powerful or influential staffer. "And now the irrepressible Bryan has made a major contribution to his field (and his country, which is Vermont) with Real Democracy, his magnum opus, the most searching and sympathetic book ever written about the town meeting democracy of New book is a veritable four-leaf clover of academia: a witty work of political science written from a defiantly rural.
It is a thorough, significant work written with a clear and abiding love for the subject matter. In evaluating the differences between the concepts and actualities of democratic forms, Cartledge raises questions about real-world democracy.
For this reason, the book has genuine relevance to both modern British society and the international Reviews:. "The Real World of Democracy" is a short, dated book, full of irrelevancies and preposterous logic.
Here McPherson argues that work in a society where free markets exist, even work in the public sector, involves dehumanizing "transfer of power" to those who own s: 3. Note, first of all, that in a real-world participatory economy, it is the worker councils, in which every member has one vote that will be ultimately responsible for 1) delegating decision making.The Real World of Democracy Crawford B.
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