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Good Society : An Introduction to Comparative Politics (Paperback) (Alan Draper & Ansil Ramsay)
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Examine the Elements of a “Good Society”
The Good Society: An Introduction to Comparative Politicstakes a comprehensive look at the question: Why are some governments better than others? Exploring issues related to why certain political institutions provide a better quality of life for their citizens, readers can learn not only how different political systems work, but how they can work better. Redefining the common case-study and thematic approaches used in other courses on the subject,The Good Societyapproaches comparative politics in a relevant and meaningful way that helps readers understand the way different governments function.
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