An introduction to democratic theory.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1960.

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Other Title Democratic theory
Subjects Democracy.
Democratie.
Demokratie.
Démocratie.
Theorie.
Description vi, 316 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents On the nature of politics and political theory -- The problem of defining democracy -- The Athenian direct democracy -- The theory of democracy outlined -- Popular control and the meanings of elections (appendix: A note on the theory of representation) -- Political equality and the franchise -- Effective choice and political freedoms -- The majority principle and its limits (appendix: A note on minorities) -- Justification of democracy: Its values -- Justification of democracy: Its alleged purposes -- Critics and problems.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)351718
(OCoLC)ocm00351718
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WorldCat Identities Mayo, H. B. 1911-
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