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"Too much market, too little democracy"

October 7, 2008

Barber, Benjamin R. (born, August 2, 1939) is a political theorist renowned for his passionate defense of "strong democracy," a democratic theory that advances the role of robust democratic citizenship over formal constitutional mechanisms, and is particularly attentive to civic participation, civic education, and a vibrant civil society. Barber's many books have been widely read and translated, and he is a well-known intellectual figure within and - of special importance to Barber - outside the academy, both in the United States and abroad.

The lecture - "Too much market, too little democracy" was given in English Language

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