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📒Setting The People Free ✍ John Dunn
✏Setting the People Free Book Summary : Why does democracy—as a word and as an idea—loom so large in the political imagination, though it has so often been misused and misunderstood? Setting the People Free starts by tracing the roots of democracy from an improvised remedy for a local Greek difficulty 2,500 years ago, through its near extinction, to its rebirth amid the struggles of the French Revolution. Celebrated political theorist John Dunn then charts the slow but insistent metamorphosis of democracy over the next 150 years and its apparently overwhelming triumph since 1945. He examines the differences and the extraordinary continuities that modern democratic states share with their Greek antecedents and explains why democracy evokes intellectual and moral scorn for some, and vital allegiance from others. Now with a new preface and conclusion that ground this landmark work firmly in the present, Setting the People Free is a unique and brilliant account of an extraordinary idea.
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📒Living With Other People ✍ Kenneth R. Melchin
✏Living with Other People Book Summary : Kenneth Melchin states two objectives for his book Living with Other People: 1) to present the main elements of a study of Christian ethics based on the work of Bernard Lonergan; and 2) to provide readers with tools for moral self-understanding and deliberation.
📒Measuring Empowerment ✍ Deepa Narayan-Parker
✏Measuring Empowerment Book Summary : Large-scale poverty reduction depends on the effective empowerment of poor people themselves. This publication sets out a conceptual framework that can be used to monitor and evaluate empowerment programmes, based on papers written by practitioners and researchers in a wide variety of fields, including economics and political science, sociology and psychology, anthropology and demography. These papers draw on research and practical experience at different levels, from households to communities to nations and in various regions of the world.
📒Ordinary People ✍ Judith Guest
✏Ordinary People Book Summary : GUEST/ORDINARY PEOPLE
📒Anthropologist ✍ Mary Batten
✏Anthropologist Book Summary : Describes the daily lives and customs of the Achâe people, one of the few hunter-gatherers societies left in the world, based on the studies of anthropologist Magdalena Hurtado.
📒The First Book Of Napoleon The Tyrant Of The Earth ✍ Modeste Gruau (called comte de la Barre)
✏The First Book of Napoleon the Tyrant of the Earth Book Summary :
📒Civil Service Reform And The World Bank ✍ Barbara Nunberg
✏Civil Service Reform and the World Bank Book Summary : Annotation Surveys the World Bank's experience in supporting developing country civil service reforms and begins to assess the progress made. The World Bank recognizes the importance of the civil service to the general welfare of the 4.6 billion people in low and middle income countries. Between 1981 and 1991, civil service reform was a prominent feature of 90 World Bank lending operations. This paper surveys the Bank's experience in supporting this reform and assesses the progress made. The lending operations concentrated on two separate dimensions: (1) Shorter-term, emergency steps to reform public pay and employment policies, which center on measures to contain the cost and the size of the civil service (2) longer-term civil service strengthening efforts directed toward ongoing, sustained management improvements. After examining the record of these reforms, the authors conclude that the results have been mixed at best. They recommend greater emphasis on devising a coherent, far-reaching strategy for reform and on detailing the set of tactics by which these goals will be achieved.
📒Moving People To Deliver Services ✍ Aaditya Mattoo
✏Moving People to Deliver Services Book Summary : This publication contains a number of papers presented at a conference organised by the World Bank and the WTO, held in April 2002, to discuss how international trade negotiations under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) can promote greater liberalisation and labour mobility in the service sector in a way that benefits both home and host countries.
📒America A Concise History Combined Volume ✍ James A. Henretta
✏America A Concise History Combined Volume Book Summary : With fresh interpretations from two new authors, wholly reconceived themes, and a wealth of cutting-edge scholarship, the Fifth Edition of America: A Concise History is designed to work perfectly with the way you teach the survey today. Building on the book’s hallmark strengths — balance, explanatory power, and a brief-yet-comprehensive narrative — as well as its outstanding full-color visuals and built-in primary sources, authors James Henretta, Rebecca Edwards, and Robert Self have shaped America into the ideal brief book for the modern survey course, at a value that can’t be beat. Read the preface.