University of Cambridge political theorist John Dunn gives an enlightening and forthright account of a number of key concepts that are often deeply misunderstood, from the history of the American Republic to modern representative democracy, before giving his caustic perspective on the disappointing state of much of modern political science. Suitable for introductory to advanced-level students in political science, history, and political philosophy, this conversation includes 6 video chapters of 5-10 minutes each, an introductory essay, and 12 pedagogical questions.
Author: Ideas Roadshow
Student Cost $4
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