A Pure Theory of Democracy by Antonio Garcia-Trevijano
"This is not democracy," Antonio Garcia Trevigano writes in the front pages of this book. To counter the big lie that Europe has democratic systems, a lie rooted in people's…
A Pure Theory of Democracy synopsis
"This is not democracy," Antonio Garcia Trevigano writes in the front pages of this book. To counter the big lie that Europe has democratic systems, a lie rooted in people's confessions of the liberties they enjoy with the political freedom they lack, the author builds a realistic theory of democracy to end the wrong idea of corruption and state crimes.
Public immorality is a product of democracy (undesirable) and not the natural and deterministic fruits of the oligarchs. Thanks to a remarkable review of events that mark the history of democracy, the author reveals the obstacles that led to the outbreak of the War of Independence in the United States and the French revolution of the seventeenth century, political war, deviated from democracy in ancient Europe.
Possibilities towards the state of the current parties. There are important theories about the state and the constitution, but we can not call it any democratic theory. The original theory of Antonio Garcia-Trevigano, a modern combination of pure Russo democracy and Montesquieu's political freedom, responds to the European need for the theory of democracy as a real alternative to the corrupt system of parties born by Western pragmatism during the cold war..
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