Request PDF On Jan 1, 2011, Roger Congleton and others published Perfecting Parliament: Constitutional Reform, Liberalism, and .
The book is filled with insightful discussions of the transition to democracy in different countries. It should be of interest for all students of democracy. Dennis C. Mueller, University of Vienna, Austria. Roger Congleton has spent years perfecting his knowledge of democratic governance - an extraordinary effort of great value for scholars, students, politicians, and citizens. Elinor Ostrom, Nobel Laureate in Economics, 2009, Indiana University.
This book is dedicated to my teachers, colleagues, family, and friends, without whose support and thoughtful criticism over many years, it could never have been written.
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Perfecting Parliament. Constitutional Reform, Liberalism, and the Rise of Western Democracy. Elinor Ostrom - Nobel Laureate in Economics, 2009, Indiana University.
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This book explains why contemporary liberal democracies are based on historical templates rather than revolutionary reforms; why the transition in Europe occurred during a relatively short period in the nineteenth century; why politically and economically powerful men and women voluntarily supported such reforms; how interests, ideas, and preexisting institutions affected the reforms adopted; and why the countries that liberalized their political systems also. The analysis is organized in three parts.