Liberalism versus State-Building

  • Fukuyama F
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Abstract

Both the liberal rule of law and democracy, by contrast, involve limiting the central state's authority to coerce, the first by putting it under a set of transparent and universal rules, the second by ensuring that the exercise of power reflects the popular will.

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  • Francis. Fukuyama

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