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Democracy By Pano Kroko
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“DEMOCRACY” is an Internet thing. Nobody's Democracy & the rise of the “Nobody” in the Commons is what Dr Pano Kroko defines as the epitome of another Social Movement that... More > was spawned by the rise of everybody anonymously acting in a viciously personal and selfish yet wholly benevolent Social and Economic way. The invisible hand at work in now anonymous and really really powerful. The "Nobodies" can and already are at work shattering the old elites and busily creating new ones. These nobodies led the Arab Spring and the Chinese Spring that is presently brewing and boiling over, that allow us all to escape the bondage of servitude and the darkening Serfdom imposed upon us by the errant Cyclops of authoritarian commerce and government that have led us too far and too deep in the brown waste waters of their inequity. We the “Nobodies” together can alter the political landscapes and create new opportunities and systems. This is the book about Ulysses leading his people out of the proverbial cave of Slavery.< Less
Democracy in America By Alexis DeTocqueville
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Sharia or Democracy By Sola Virtus
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Sharia Law and Democracy have little in common. Unfortunately this has not been sufficiently well understood by political leaders. This booklet is being sent to a number of politicians and opinion... More > formers in Britain, in the hope that a better understanding of the roots of the problem will be gained by them. Even the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams believes that it is inevitable that elements of Sharia Law will be applied in Britain. His arguments are refuted here.< Less
Sharia or Democracy By Sola Virtus
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Sharia Law and Democracy have little in common. Unfortunately this has not been sufficiently well understood by political leaders. This booklet is being sent to a number of politicians and opinion... More > formers in Britain, in the hope that a better understanding of the roots of the problem will be gained by them. Even the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams believes that it is inevitable that elements of Sharia Law will be applied in Britain. His arguments are refuted here.< Less
Democracy 2217 By Thibault Jamme
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Which side are you on? In his blog written between 2217 and 2218, Teo paints a world on the verge of civil war. Slaves are of the Lupi, Simian or K9 types. Teo is one of them. When asked by a... More > journalist when the occupation of the Parliaments will end, Teo answers: "We will get out as soon as we have a say on who gets in." Democracy 2217 is as relevant today as it will be tomorrow, in a world where it takes people dying in the streets to be heard.< Less
ICT & Democracy By Patapios Tranakas
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The title of this book publication is: "ICT & Democracy". This is the third edition published on 27.03.2014
People's Democracies By W.G. Burchett
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Situation in the people's democracies of Eastern Europe, particularly Hungary and Bulgaria, after World War II.
Democracy's Dilemma By Wali Shaaker
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Wali Shaaker evaluates the theory of state legitimacy within the context of the fledgling Afghan democracy. Against specific criteria outlined in this book, he examines the degree to which the Afghan... More > democratic state has achieved legitimacy since inception. Shaaker argues that warlords' participation in Afghanistan's democratic process has undermined the legitimacy of the state. Human rights violations, drug trade and institutional corruption constitute the perimeters of a triangle set by warlords within which the state falls short of the moral authority necessary to assert legitimacy. On one hand, in order to survive it has to compromise with and appease the warlords; on the other, it struggles to eradicate drugs and uproot corruption. To achieve these objectives, the state has adopted paradoxical policies and taken contradictory measures simultaneously. This in turn, has resulted in ineffectual governance and the weakness of its status as a legitimate body in the eyes of the public.< Less
Democracy Unleashed! By Robert Kubala
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DEMOCRACY UNLEASHED! examines why genuine democracy is needed in the US, how it has been denied, and presents a practical way to build it.