Understanding Democracy

Understanding Democracy

Book - 2006
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Blackwell North Amer
Today, nearly two-thirds of the world's people live in a country with a democratic form of government, and many others desire democracy. This handy pocket guide explains the core concepts of democracy in a clear A-Z format. Though these core concepts may be practiced differently in various countries, every genuine democracy is based upon them in one way or another. All citizens of democracies should know these essential ideas in order to understand their rights and responsibilities and to make this form of government work for them.

Oxford University Press
This handy pocket guide explains the core concepts of democracy in a clear A-Z format. Though these core concepts may be practiced differently in various countries, every genuine democracy is based on them in one way or another. Ideal for civics and government classrooms, Understanding Democracy is a concise, scholarly starting point for research papers and writing assignments.

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, c2006
ISBN: 9780195311976
0195311973
Characteristics: 112 p. ; 16 cm
Additional Contributors: JusticeLearning.org

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