Theories and Concepts of Politics: An Introduction
Richard Paul Bellamy
Manchester University Press, 1993 - Political science - 301 pages
An introduction to social and political theory, discussing such topics as freedom, citizenship and rights; social justice and equality; and constitutionalism and democracy. The authors show how people view these concepts in different ways. They also offer solutions for resolving disputes.
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Freedom Alison Jeffries
Citizenship and rights Richard Bellamy
Social justice and equality Zenon Bańkowski
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