Democracy in Decline: Rebuilding its FutureDe (autor) Philip Kotler
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – July 2016
An examination by the 'father of modern marketing' into how well a long cherished product (democracy) is satisfying the needs of its consumers (citizens), bringing conversation and solutions on how we can all do our bit to bring about positive change.
At a time where voting systems are flawed, fewer vote, major corporations fund campaigns and political parties battle it out, democracies are being seriously challenged and with that the prospects of a better world for all.
Philip Kotler identifies 14 shortcomings of today’s democracy and proposes potential remedies whilst 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.
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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Introduction - Challenges to Democracy in a Changing World
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