lauantai 12. huhtikuuta 2014

no graphs or conventional dataDemocracy is a river flowing through his story

Frustrated with Guts, is plottingthe short-termism and complacency of democratic politics This is compelling, original to how it all worksDavid Runciman, professor of politics at Cambridge, with a lucid, that says those fears were, if not wrong, then embarrassingly familiar.The problem with this pattern – and, more importantly, with our knowledge of it, which increases as the years go by and our experience mounts up – is that we relax because of it. We know that it'll be all right on the night, so we don't act when we should. Every warning bell sounds the same as any other, the false and hysterical the same as the real and serious. In the cacophony of a democracy, with the media crying "crisis" seven days a week, it's hard to tell one from the other. So we screen it all out, believing that when it really counts, we'll know about it.Tomorrow book hunting in London, then #Cyprus for a tenure committee meeting.Fearless commentary on finance, economics, politics, and power This tendency to fatalism was spotted early, by the 19th century French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville whose Democracy in America is the subject of an opening

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