Philip Kotler identifies 14 shortcomings of today’s democracy and confronts this gloomy outlook with some potential solutions and a positive message; that a brighter future awaits if we can come together and save democracy from its decline. Encouraging readers to join the conversation, exercise their free speech and get on top of the issues that affect their lives regardless of nationality or political persuasion.
Suitable for students across a broad range of courses including Political Science, Politics, Political Marketing and Critical Management/Sociology.
An accompanying website (www.democracyindecline.com) invites those interested to help find and publish thoughtful articles that aid our understanding of what is happening and what can be done to improve democracies around the world.
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This book covers an astonishing range of critical topics in a lively and highly accessible style. With its thought-provoking proposals for progress, it is a great resource for people who want to creatively rethink modern democracy.
Philip Kotler, author of Democracy in Decline, is a globally recognized marketing guru, developer of cause-related marketing and author of 50 other books. Hundreds of corporations have adopted his strategies of aligning with philanthropic causes and socially responsible policies favored by the growing movements of investors in ethical, "green" and "impact" branded equities.
Hazel Henderson D.Sc.Hon., FRSA, is founder of Ethical Markets Media, LLC and producer of its TV series.
Chapter 1: Why Democracy Isn’t Working Well in the U.S. or Elsewhere - Why Having Elections is Not Enough
Chapter 2: Reforming Elections – Why are Citizens Not Voting?
Chapter 3: Reforming Congress – Why does Congress Perform Poorly?
Chapter 4: Reforming the Executive Branch – Is the President Too Powerful?
Chapter 5: Reforming the Federal Judiciary Process – Is the Judiciary Shaping Legislation?
Chapter 6: Reforming the Federal-States Relationship – Are the States Too Independent?
Chapter 7: Reforming Political Parties – Are the Parties Too Rigid?
Chapter 8: Reforming Foreign Policy Making – Who Should Make Foreign Policy?
Chapter 9: Reforming Government Service - Are Government Employees Efficient and Conscious that they are ‘Public Servants’?
Chapter 10: Leading with Vision and Statesmanship – Isn’t It Time to Re-Create American Democracy?
Chapter 11: Dealing with the Major Unresolved Government Policy Issues