From Republican Virtue to Technology of Political Power: Three Episodes of Czech Nonpolitical Politics
Aviezer Tucker, Karel Jakeš, Marian Kišš, Ivana Kupcová, Ivo Losman, DAVID ONDRACKA, Jan Outlý, and VERA STÝLSKALÍKOVÁ examine three episodes of Czech experimentation with "nonpolitical politics." They determine that nonpolitical politics is a useful doctrine for dissident movements that do not intend to govern, but not a feasible approach to governing in a modern representative democracy.
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