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Maxwell A Cameron
|Description:||xiii, 255 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Strong constitutions --
Social-cognitive origins of the separation of powers --
Literacy and the invention of constitutions --
The printing press and constitutional revolutions --
Electronic media, mass politics, and electoral democracy --
Beyond liberalism : language, law, and deliberation --
Democracy without the separation of powers? --
Conclusion: Writing, power, and democracy.
|Responsibility:||Maxwell A. Cameron.|
"Beyond Cameron's well-structured theory of separation of powers and the significant role it plays in political theory, one is left with the impression that the book's emphasis on the interpretation