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This is a very interesting book.
Without these organizations and practices, a country will spiral into disaster even though it may be considered a democracy because the country will be illiberal.
The book is excellent reading for anyone willing to consider that freedom and democracy are not really the same thing.
I bought this book, having loved the editorials of Mr. Zakaria from Newsweek, and was not disappointed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chet M. Bush
Explains how we have lost control of our government. When I worked on Capitol Hill in the 1970s, the political discussion argued that staffers on Capital Hill had usurped and taken... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leo Mayer
This author is remarkable. His thoughts and findings are well researcher end and quite factual. I've read his other work, and all his books are excellent. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Hamilton
Way before he, of all people, did the unforgivable - plagiarized content and rendered the trite unconvincing apology - he showed that he was a master communicator and believer of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by noorilhuda
His analysis is brilliant! Now I understand why democracies succeed or fail.Published 6 months ago by Randall S. Scott
Great sketch of the times we live in, and the connection with the past. An eye opener.
A must read.
Mr. Zakaria's entry into this absorbing subject is a must-read for those who need an update on what they believe to be a "democratic" government. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. B. Lewis