By Arnold August
During this groundbreaking ebook, Arnold August explores Cuba's designated type of democracy, providing a close and balanced research of Cuba's electoral approach and the state's functioning among elections. through evaluating them with practices within the united states, Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, August exhibits that people's participation in politics and society isn't constrained to a unique, united states- centric knowing of democracy.
Through this deft research, August illustrates how the method of democratization in Cuba is constantly in movement and argues better knowing of alternative political platforms teaches us not to be chuffed with both blanket condemnations or idealistic political illusions.
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