Democracy as a Westminster Heritage

@inproceedings{Anckar2011DemocracyAA,
  title={Democracy as a Westminster Heritage},
  author={Dag Anckar},
  year={2011}
}
Conventional wisdom from colonial history research has it that the states which the British left behind them were better equipped for democratic government than the states that had belonged to other colonial powers. Investigating the democracy fortunes of all fifty-four territories that were freed following World War II from British control, and applying Freedom House ratings to determine democracy status, this study examines the belief that democratic government has become a characteristic… CONTINUE READING

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