Democracy in New Zealand (Paperback)
This insightful study explores the unique political landscape of New Zealand and the country's ongoing experiment with democracy. With penetrating analysis of the country's constitutional framework, political parties, and voting patterns, this book sheds light on the challenges and opportunities facing this young democracy. Whether you're interested in New Zealand specifically or in democratic theory more broadly, this book is an informative and thought-provoking read.
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