Popular Democracy

This book examines popular democracy - its origins and the key central notion; the sovereignty of the people. It is designed for students and the general reader. Different interpreations of democracy are identified and discussed. The role of electoral systems is examined at length. The opens with Aims and Learning Outcomes and concludes with a set of Review Questions to test understanding. More

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About Philip Tether

Philip Tether has taught government and politics for over thirty years at a number of higher education institutions in the UK. During this time he has taught a wide variety of students and supervised many Masters dissertations and PhD theses. He has set and marked government and politics papers for a variety of examination boards. He has published extensively on a variety of political topics with particular emphasis on the politics of health including alcohol and HIV-AIDS and his current research interest is the business – government relationship. Philip Tether enjoys the theatre, cinema and walking the dogs. You will sometimes find him in the garden.

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