The Confidence Trap: A History of Democracy in Crisis from World War I to the Present | Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
Democracy is petty, trivial, and short-termist, says David Runciman. But having survived world wars and financial shocks over the last 100 years, it's also the most flexible and successful system of government the world has ever seen. These qualities make democracy quite susceptible to crises, but also able to navigate through them.
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