The series aims to reinvigorate theoretical reflection about democracy by exposing it to the full range of historical experiences under which democracies have flourished or floundered, to understand what makes democracies work and endure, how they promote normatively desirable and politically desired objectives and how they peacefully handle crises that occur when such objectives are not being fulfilled.
General Editor: Adam Przeworski, New York University
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