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Critical Citizens: Global Support for Democratic Government

by Pippa Norris

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This stimulating book brings together a distinguished group of international scholars who develop a global analysis of issues that look at trends in established and newer democracies as we approach the end of the twentieth century. It also presents the first results of the 1995-7 World Values Study as well as drawing on an extensive range of comparative empirical evidence.

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Critical Citizens is a study on attitudes towards nation, governance, political institutions and political leadership. The contributors argue that the crisis in global democracy has been greatly exaggerated in recent years.

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