3 edition of A short history of democracy found in the catalog.
A short history of democracy
Alan F. Hattersley
Includes bibliography and index.
|Statement||by Alan F. Hattersley.|
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|Pagination||ix, 274p. ;|
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These are not in order of preference, but will provide you with a good understanding of the history of democracy: * Bernard Crick, A Very Short Introduction to Democracy (Oxford, ). This provides a short but accessible discussion of the origin. A democracy is a political system, or a system of decision-making within an institution or organization or a country, in which all members have an equal share of power. Modern democracies are characterized by two capabilities that differentiate them fundamentally from earlier forms of government: the capacity to intervene in their own societies and the recognition of their sovereignty by an.
This is the launch of our book forum for Sophia Rosenfeld’s Democracy and Truth: A Short History (University of Pennsylvania Press ). Populist and “post-truth” politics have a long pedigree. Pamphlets published on London’s Grub Street or in Andrew Jackson’s America prove that the art of daily outrage predates social media. A picture book story written especially to explain the concept of democracy to young children (well suited to KS1). A class of school children get a new pet hamster but cannot decide what to call it. As the children all have different ideas, the teacher decides to hold a class vote and the pupils discover first hand how democracy works in action.
From Dictatorship to Democracy, A Conceptual Framework for Liberation is a book-length essay on the generic problem of how to destroy a dictatorship and to prevent the rise of a new one. The book was written in by Gene Sharp (), a professor of political science at the University of book has been published in many countries worldwide and translated into more Author: Gene Sharp. The book is a history of democracy as both idea and political practice, from ancient Athens to the Occupy Wall Street movement. How have conceptions of self-governance changed over time?
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A Short History of American Democracy Hardcover – January 1, by John Donald Hicks (Author), George E. Mowry (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Author: John Donald Hicks, George E.
Mowry. As much a linguistic and sociological exploration as it is a political history, Dunn's book questions why this word, democracy, has gone from a peculiar concept widely regarded as a failure to a term of ridicule and derision, then to its current status in all languages as an aspirational ideal.
Dunn departs ancient Greece for the enlightened Cited by: Democracy and Truth A Short History Sophia Rosenfeld. pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Cloth | ISBN | $t | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors "Surveying the post-Enlightenment era, this incisive account shows that our concerns with "fake news" have a long history, and that democracy and truth have often pulled in opposite.
Democracy and Truth: A Short History. By Sophia Rosenfeld. Take, for example, Michiko Kakutani’s recent book The Death of Truth, which cites a figure for Trump’s lies (2, in his first.
This quibble notwithstanding, in order to frame current concerns and discussions about democracy’s shortcomings, having an awareness of its history is both vital and enlightening.
And Miller admirably succeeds in providing the short history that the book’s subtitle promises. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hattersley, Alan Frederick, Short history of democracy. Cambridge [Eng.] The University press, A short history of American democracy by Hicks, John Donald Mowry, George Edwin, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In this lively and illuminating book, historian Sophia Rosenfeld explores a long-standing and largely unspoken tension at the heart of democracy between the supposed wisdom of the crowd and the need for information to be vetted and evaluated by a learned elite made up of trusted experts.
“There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”.
History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hicks, John Donald, Short history of American democracy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John D Hicks; George E Mowry. Having lived in South Africa for a few years, I was very keen to find a first book to read, that would give me a broad overview of the history, and help me figure out where I wanted to dive deeper.
This book is basically that, an extremely cursory glance at the whole timeline from prehistory to the 21st century/5.
Can Democracy Work?: A Short History of a Radical Idea, from Ancient Athens to Our World. by James Miller. Discuss the book’s title: can democracy work. As you learned about democracy’s history, did you become more or less confident in the will of the people.
Democracy and Truth: A Short History by Sophia Rosenfeld review – the roots of our current predicament. Fara Dabhoiwala. Wed 19 Dec Barely 30 years ago, at the end of the cold war, it seemed to some western observers that democracy had triumphed for good.
In Francis Fukuyama’s famous formulation, history had come to an end. Bernstein to Brandt: A Short History of German Social Democracy by A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
This book is a short account of the history of the doctrine and practice of democracy, from ancient Greece and Rome through the American, French, and Russian revolutions, and of the usages and practices associated with it in the modern world.
Democracy in Ancient Greece is most frequently associated with Athens where a complex system allowed for broad political participation by the free male citizens of the city-state. Democracy, however, was found in other areas as well and after the conquests of Alexander the Great and the process of Hellenization, it became the norm for both the liberated cities in Asia Minor as well as new.
An asteroid the size of Table Mountain crashed into what was to become South Africa over 2 billion years ago, marking the spot. The country's history since then has always been robust and full of energy. Francis Wilson's Dinosaurs, Diamonds & Democracy takes you in record time from that moment, when the earth's richest gold reefs were shaped, to the advent of democracy inanother event.
SH website represent a short historical facts about different events and processes from prehistoric times, ancient history, medieval history. These are the questions University of Pennsylvania intellectual historian Sophia Rosenfeld asks in Democracy and Truth: A Short sor Rosenfeld anchors her arguments in her area of.
A Short History of a Radical Idea, from Ancient Athens to Our World by James Miller From the upheavals of the Arab Spring to recent court cases over voting rights in America, democracy is a cherished ideal fraught with challenges and it’s always been that way.
A Short History of a Radical Idea, From Ancient Athens to Our World, James Miller examines how people have thought about democracy over time and. Democracy and Truth: A Short History by Sophia Rosenfeld review – the roots of our current predicament Current debates about truth and the Author: Fara Dabhoiwala.A Short History of a Radical Idea, from Ancient Athens to Our World "What makes the book compelling is its focus on colorful thinkers, activists, and political leaders who lived and breathed the democratic moment throughout history, from Pericles and Socrates in ancient Athens to Woodrow Wilson and Vladimir Lenin in the early twentieth century.