Demography: Putting Politics in its Place

Where Democracy Goes Next

Every day, all around you, you see democracy running into a dead end. In this little book, Denis Becket sums up succinctly what you will shortly perceive to be the outstandingly obvious path to making democracy work – for everyone, everywhere. That is into the hands of “the multitude who do not attend the rallies, do not wear the T-shirts, do not shout the slogans and cannot spell ideolagy. Make them the flywheel of sane politics, the big inanimate force that imposes stability on the whirring busy parts.”

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FOUR FAIR WARNINGS

  • Only open this book if you are exercised by the mystery of how politics can keep going so wrong so often while the rest of human endeavour gets better.
  • Know that of 100 people who open it, 90 will abandon it.
  • Know that of every 10 who finish it, 8 will mournfully dismiss it as too far off the map to become real.
  • Know that the remaining two will jeopardise health and wealth to make it real (and the 98 will grab the credit).
Dimensions 19.8 × 13 cm
Format

eBook, Paperback

Published

July 2014

ISBN

9781909339316

Author

Denis Beckett

Publisher

Medina Publishing