10 July 2002 The study of the democratic transitions of former Communist states has been fertile ground for students of politics. This book provides a novel “ground up” perspective by examining the ways in which ordinary people have viewed and responded to democracy. Examining a number of countries at different stages of transition, they argue […]

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