Good Democratic Leadership: On Prudence and Judgment in Modern Democracies
This book explores whether democracies foster and support effective political judgment and good leadership. With their ideals of transparency and deliberation, democracies might appear to promote such leadership, yet democratic leaders continue to face severe challenges and constant critique from disappointed citizens. In analysing various aspects of democratic leadership, judgment and decision-making from a variety of theoretical and practical perspectives, all the contributors to this book address the central issue of the extent to which democracies support good judgment and leadership.
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