The Death of Liberal Democracy?

The Death of Liberal Democracy?

by David Boyle, Joe Zammit-Lucia

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Overview

It's a paradox. Liberals are everywhere. In every political party, socialists and conservatives alike. Yet Liberal democracy is struggling across Europe and its new form is yet to be re-born. This book provides a vision of what that re-born version could look like.

The authors argue for the current bland, politically correct, compromising Liberalism that comes across as a weak-willed lack of conviction to be reborn as something clearer and fiercer. One that re-discovers its radical roots and is decisive in constructing an open society, that discards the top-down bureaucratic form of government and replaces it with one that is open to challenge from below.

They cast this vision into the context of the history of political Liberalism and mesh it with the rapid changes we are seeing in contemporary culture. This is a book for anyone, whatever their chosen political party affiliation, who cares deeply about the revival of European liberal democracy in the face of an extremist challenge.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780995503144
Publisher: Radix
Publication date: 08/26/2016
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Joe Zammit-Lucia is an entrepreneur, investor, leadership advisor and commentator. He writes on business and politics for The Huffington Post (UK), Het Financieele Dagblad (Netherlands), Die Achse Des Guten (Germany), The Guardian (UK), The Times of Malta (Malta) and The Stanford Review of Social Innovation (USA). He is an investor and non-executive director in entrepreneurial ventures and advises senior business and institutional leaders on leadership in contemporary culture.

David Boyle is the author of a number of books including The Tyranny of Numbers, Authenticity, Regicide and Scandal. He is a former parliamentary candidate and editor of Liberal Democrat News. He is also policy director of Radix.

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