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Achieving mass democracy was the great triumph of the last century. Learning to live with it will be the greatest achievement of this one. Stoker suggests that democracy must create a new politics, making it as easy as possible for as many people to participate. Winner of the Political Studies Association Book of the Year Prize 2006
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‘A contemporary classic. This second edition is, just like the first, ahead of the debate. It brings together the very latest empirical findings to offer a plethora of fresh insights into perhaps our greatest current political problem - that of citizen disaffection and disengagement.’ - Colin Hay, Sciences Po, Paris, France
‘Written in an accessible and digestible style, this book addresses fundamental issues about democracy that are important for any student of politics to engage with.’ – Wyn Grant, University of Warwick, UK
‘A great overview of politics that will be enjoyed by students and engaged citizens alike... it tackles big questions in a way that is grounded in the discipline and yet accessible.’ – Paul Taggart, University of Sussex, UK
Winner of the Political Studies Association Book of the Year
Prize 2006 -
"Gerry Stoker's book is one of the most thought-provoking, accurate and
incisive accounts of the importance of politics ever produced by a UK
academic. It was the unanimous choice of the PSA jury as Book of the Year"
Professor Jon Tonge, Chair, Political Studies Association of the UK.
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