Democracy and Mediating Structures: A Theological Inquiry
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1980 - Family & Relationships - 216 pages
Reviews democracy's theoretical and historical bases and analzes these aspects of British politics and government which reflect or preclude truly democratic principles and practices
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