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Democracy or judacracy?

Albert D. McCallum

Democracy or judacracy?

by Albert D. McCallum

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Published by Pragmatic Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interpretation and construction,
  • Judge-made law,
  • Law,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11733338M
    ISBN 100965165914
    ISBN 109780965165914
    OCLC/WorldCa38255012

    Written by an insider and leading authority, Democracy and Autocracy in Eurasia is a compelling chronicle of the political development of the Republic of Georgia since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Its author is uniquely positioned to tell this story, which draws on his in-depth understanding of Georgia's recent history and on his own involvement in the events that he : Irakly Areshidze. “ Democracy; Everyone's opinion is required! Autocracy; Someone's opinion is the best! Christocracy; What Christ said is FINAL! ” ― Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes.

    Democracy is a new thing in the world; well-developed forms of it have been in practice less than a century. We are still learning what it is and how to operate it. New features are continually being offered and put on trial; no doubt there is a great deal more to be learned about it. Larry Diamond is senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University, and founding coeditor of the Journal of Democracy.

    Transitioning from democracy to autocracy is challenging for anyone. Whether you’ve moved to autocracy because of a military coup, or because a racist populist trampled over the norms of decency, or because your senators were too cowardly to do their job by impeaching an orange Caligula, it’s tough. AUTOCRACY, DESPOTISM AND DEMOCRACY. Written by Vladimir Moss. AUTOCRACY, DESPOTISM AND DEMOCRACY Ideally, t he people of God should be ruled only by God, or by a man directly appointed by God, that is, the Orthodox Autocrat.A true autocrat is a man who is appointed by God and who strives to rule in obedience to the Church and the commandments of God. [1].


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The phrase had previously been used by Bertrand de. This book represents a continuation of my earlier books, Autocracy, Despotism and Democracy, Part 1: Israel, Rome and Constantinople (to ) and Autocracy, Despotism and Democracy, Part 2: The Age of Reason (). It follows the theme of the struggle between Christian political power and its.

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