The fledgling democratic regimes of Central and Eastern Europe are by no means uniformly popular, notes author and public-policy adviser Richard Rose. But, as Winston Churchill argued and public opinion surveys of the region’s residents bear out, democracy is preferable to its alternatives by Richard Rose THE 20TH CENTURY HAS been distinguished by two contrasting […]

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