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Conversations with Tocqueville: The Global Democratic Revolution in the Twenty-first Century

Conversations with Tocqueville: The Global Democratic Revolution in the Twenty-first Century (Hardback)

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In this book, the collected writers argue that Tocquevillian analytics can be used to understand developments in non-Western as well as Western societies and can be updated to address such issues as globalization, ethnicity, and New World-Old World and East-West dynamics. This cross-disciplinary book brings together fourteen authors from three continents whose reflections on the prospects for democracy invite us to reconsider the virtues and limitations of democratic institutions and principles across the world.

Sport & Hobbies Publisher: Lexington Books Publication Date: 16/02/2009 ISBN-13: 9780739123010  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Aurelian Craiutu is associate professor of political science at Indiana University and author of Liberalism under Siege: The Political Thought of the French Doctrinaires, Le Centre introuvable, and In Praise of Moderation. Sheldon Gellar is a research associate at Indiana University's Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis and author of Democracy in Senegal: Tocquevillian Analytics in Africa, Structural Changes and Colonial Dependency: Senegal 1885-1945, and Senegal: An African Nation Between Islam and the West.

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