SocialismBook - 2008
Everybody knows what a democracy is-right? Or do they? In Democracy, for example, budding political scientists will learn the difference between limited and full democracies, as well as how those distinctions arose and what the future of democracy in the world is likely to be. Each book in the Political Systems of the World series focuses on one of the six dominant political systems in the world today. Students learn how, when, where, and why each political system began, rose, and, in some cases, fell. Each book contains a chart showing how each political system compares with the other political systems in the world today in terms of such issues as civil rights, religious tolerance, and health care. a student who picks up any one of these books is guaranteed to finish it with a wealth of knowledge about the political system on which he or she has focused.
Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, c2008.
Branch Call Number: 320. 531 FLE
Characteristics: 143 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps, ports.