Liberalism and Democracy
Verso, 2005 - 94페이지
Liberalism and democracy have long been assumed to exist in a complementary relationship, if not always an entirely easy one. This book scrupulously investigates the reason for this alliance and the sources of its tensions, providing a lucid and succinct introduction to some of the subject's central concepts and concerns.
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The Limits of State Power
Ancient and Modern Ideas of Democracy
Democracy and Equality
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