Liberal Democracy in Africa
Robert Fatton, Jr. analyzes the problems confronting the emergence of liberal democracy in Africa. He concludes that the current economic and political crises besieging the continent are more favorable to the accentuation of existing authoritarianism than to the development of liberal democracies.
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