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Electoral Systems
Electoral systems
Jocelyn A.J.Evans

Despite being one of the cornerstones of liberal democratic legitimacy, elections are increasingly treated with something little short of contempt in precisely those nations where their presence has acted as a model to other developing democracies. In the recent past, it has been a rare election in any Western democracy at which declining turnout, voter apathy, political disengagement or some other form of negative perception of the ballot box and those who use it to run for power has not arisen as an issue. The ...

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