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Democracy in Brief by George Clack

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Democracy in Brief
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Publisher: U.S. Department of State
Number of pages: 62

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Democracy in Brief gives a concise account of the intellectual origins, history, and basic values of democratic systems of government. The book touches on topics such as rights and responsibilities of citizens, free and fair elections, the rule of law, the role of a written constitution, separation of powers, a free media, the role of parties and interest groups, military-civilian relations and democratic culture.

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