Governments of the world: a global guide to citizens' rights and responsibilities

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Macmillan Reference USA/Thomson Gale, 2006 - Political Science - 392 pages
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This multidisciplinary encyclopedia describes and analyzes how the governments profiled affect citizens in the daily exercise of their rights and responsibilities. Arranged alphabetically and richly illustrated, Governments of the World features biographies and historical surveys on different types of political systems -- such as constitutional monarchies, presidential systems, democracies and dictatorships -- as well as entries on the governments of particular countries and on supra-national entities.

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Contents

Presidential Systems
7
European Court of Justice
64
Saint Kitts and Nevis
75
Copyright

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C. NEAL TATE is Regents' Professor of Political Science at the University of North Texas and the immediate past Chair of the Research Committee on Comparative Judicial Studies of the International Political Science Association.

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