Setting the People Free

Setting the People Free

The Story of Democracy

Book - 2005
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Why does democracy, both as a word and an idea, linger so large in the political imagination today? John Dunn charts its slow but insistent metamorphosis from its roots in Ancient Greece to its overwhelming triumph in the years since 1945. Setting the People Free is an account of this extraordinary idea and its evolution.
Publisher: London : Atlantic, 2005
ISBN: 9781843542117
1843542110
Branch Call Number: 321.8 D92s
Characteristics: 246 p. ; 24 cm

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