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Introduction to Political Ideas

PSCI101 Lecture 6: LECTURE #6.docx

DEBATES BETWEEN DEMOCRACY MODELS (LIBERAL AND ELITE) •Liberal democ...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
Classification of Political Systems, Lec 2.docx

Classification of Political Systems & Liberal Democracies Plato & ...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Anna Esselment
Poli Sci Week 2A- Parliamentary and Presidential Systems.docx

Parliamentary and Presidential Systems Components of the Parliamen...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Anna Esselment
Intro to Political Ideas- Second Half.doc

Liberal Democracy: • They do not agree with general welfare; all...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy (4/4)

Lecture Notes – Participatory Democracy ...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy (3/4)

Lecture Notes - October 30,...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy II

Lecture Notes – Participatory Democracy Central Characteristics o...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy (1/4)

Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy ...

Political Science
PSCI 101
Gerard Boychuk
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