The Rise of Authoritarian Liberal Democracy

The Rise of Authoritarian Liberal Democracy

eBook - 2007
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There is something fundamentally wrong with the conventional wisdom in the field of Comparative Politics, Political Theory, and even Political Science as a whole, which rigidly conceptualize and theorize political systems in terms of different categories (e.g., liberal-democratic vs. authoritarian), which are supposed to be distinct and separate, without much mixing of each other, certainly not in any major way. A liberal-democratic political system (like the one in the U.S.), in accordance ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2007
ISBN: 9781282191242
1282191241
9781443807500
1443807508
1847183379
9781847183378
Characteristics: 1 online resource (343 pages)

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