Limits of the Liberal Revolution I: Low Intensity Democracy
This chapter considers the notion of democratic governance that underpins the democratic norm thesis. The first part outlines in greater detail the argument as to the prevalence and consequences of a ‘low intensity’ model of democracy in activities concerned with political reconstruction. The second part examines the bearing of this argument for the democratic norm thesis.
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