Assessing the Quality of Democracy in South Africa
Chapter Two. The ‘Quality’ of Democracy: Theoretical Explanation and Framework for Assessment
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The ‘Quality’ of Democracy:
Theoretical Explanation and Framework for Assessment
Democracy is one of those concepts “the proper use of which inevitably involves endless disputes about their proper uses on the part of their users.”(Gallie, 1955-56: 169)
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