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Democracy and Economic Growth: Indian Experience By Dr. Sarbapriya Ray, Ishita Aditya, Dr Ishita Aditya
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The book attempts to throw light in details the pattern of economic growth and democratic system prevailing in India and ultimately strives to examine the long-term relationship between economic... More > growth and democracy in India over the period 1980-81 to 2009-10 by using co-integration analysis based on Johansen methodology.< Less
Democracy's Dilemma By David Shams
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David Shams 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. Shams 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's Dilemma By David Shams
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David Shams 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. Shams 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
How to Create an Economic Democracy: A Revolutionary New Concept of Economics By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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In 1620 Francis Bacon’s Novum Organum introduced a new scientific method of investigating nature. In 1690 John Locke used the new scientific method to discover how to create a political... More > democracy. In this book the author uses Bacon’s scientific method and the trail blazed by Locke to discover how to create an economic democracy.< Less
The Twilight of the Monetary System: And Dawn of a New Era of Economic Democracy By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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The scientific advance of intelligent robots is steadily exiling more and more human beings from the workplace and pushing the monetary system into its twilight. The author shows us that, if we... More > create a new Econoscience, it could easily develop a new economic system and create a new era of economic democracy where everyone shares in the prosperity created by man and machine.< Less
PARITY DEMOCRACY, how to level the world economic playing field By Ed Wode
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This book is a treatise on how to create real democracy by leveling the world economic playing field. It maintains that current democracy is pseudo democracy. It maintains that global free trade is ... More > unfair trade and is causing failed states. Parity Economics offers a solution that is fair for all. It shows how every country can create an economy that will generate jobs so that its people do not have to immigrate for employment. Only a viable economy based on Parity Economics can provide a full employment economy that will support genuine democracy. Parity Democracy will be the first real representative democracy in history.< Less
WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR DEMOCRACY? By ZENTS SOWUNMI
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The most detailed analysis of Africa's largest democractic nations's match towards egalitarian society,its problems, the call for state and city police, women and children rights, comprehensive... More > review of methods for constitutional amendement with respect for religion, culture and tradition of people of the South of Sahara , and economics for growth in the 21st Century.< Less
WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR DEMOCRACY? By ZENTS SOWUNMI
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The most detailed analysis of Africa's largest democractic nations's match towards egalitarian society,its problems, the call for state and city police, women and children rights, comprehensive... More > review of methods for constitutional amendement with respect for religion, culture and tradition of people of the South of Sahara , and economics for growth in the 21st Century.< Less
Democracy in America: Book One By Alexis De Tocqueville
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Democracy in America published in two volumes, the first in 1835 and the second in 1840) is a classic French text by Alexis de Tocqueville. In the book, Tocqueville examines the democratic revolution... More > that he believed had been occurring over the past seven hundred years. In 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont were sent by the French government to study the American prison system. In his later letters, Tocqueville indicates, however, that he and Beaumont used their official business as a pretext to study American society instead. They arrived in New York City in May of that year and spent nine months traveling the United States, studying the prisons, and collecting information on American society, including its religious, political, and economic character. The two also briefly visited Canada, spending a few days in the summer of 1831 in what was then Lower Canada (modern-day Quebec) and Upper Canada (modern-day Ontario).< Less
On Democracy in America, Volume I By Alexis de Toqueville
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On Democracy in America was published in two parts. In 1831 the French government sent Tocqueville, then a 35 year old aristocrat and statesman, on a mission to report on the US prison system. During... More > his nine month trip however, he and his buddy Gustave de Beaumont recorded much more: the budding nation's economic and political system, and its social, cultural and religious systems during a the tumultuous Jacksonian political era. The central focus of Democracy in America is the study of the nature of representative democracy - why it had succeeded in the US and failed throughout Europe. With no punches pulled, Tocqueville also does a solid job of predicting where democracy was headed in the US, including the the dangers of democracy - "tyranny of the majority" - as well as the threats to democracy such as the divisive nature of slavery, and a future rivalry with Russia.< Less