By Sarah Oates
The politics of worry have come to dominate a lot of the political time table in lots of international locations within the wake of 9-11. Terrorism, Elections, and Democracy examines how the phobia of terrorism affected how elections have been fought and gained in 2004 and 2005. The ebook reveals unique and compelling proof for the way protection concerns ruled elections within the usa and Russia, whereas discussing why British politics have been really unchanged. The findings recommend that the democratic intentions of elections may be crushed whilst politicians, reporters, and the general public specialise in worry instead of politics in a crusade.
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