Parliamentary Versus Presidential Government
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Parliamentary and presidential governments--exemplified by most European countries for the former and the United States and Latin America for the latter--are the two principal forms of democracy in the modern world. Their respective advantages and disadvantages have been long debated, at first mainly by British and American political observers but with increasing frequency...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published April 2nd 1992 by Oxford University Press, USA
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