In the Name of the People: Pseudo-Democracy and the Spoiling of Our World

Ivo Mosley (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$29.90
Publisher
Imprint Academic
Publish Date
October 01, 2012
Pages
171
Dimensions
5.39 X 0.51 X 8.22 inches | 0.47 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781845402624
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About the Author

Ivo Mosley writes on politics and culture for many journals and newspapers, both mainstream and academic. Previous books (which include Dumbing Down and Democracy, Fascism and the New World Order, both for Imprint Academic) have been acclaimed 'book of the year' (Spectator), 'entirely fascinating' (The Week), 'a book for our time' (Telegraph); 'At last! A guide to the moronic inferno!' (PN Review) and 'If there is any hope at all, it lies in the existence of books like this!' (Daily Mail).

Reviews

Mosley considers the rise of the corporation and its relationship to the representative form of government. Book News
"Food for thought." Keith Richmond, Tribune
"Full of black humor, Mosley, grandson of British fascist leader Oswald Mosley, acutely understands how and why current forms of electoral governance are destined to fall short of their promise."--Publishers Weekly
"A historical assessment and scathing critique of representative government."--Book News
"This book is a refreshingly interesting and honest read and will leave you condemning the government even more, if that is possible."--Honor Whiteman "Mortgage Strategy "
"Mosley considers the rise of the corporation and its relationship to the representative form of government."--Book News
"Food for thought."--Keith Richmond "Tribune "

"This book is a refreshingly interesting and honest read and will leave you condemning the government even more, if that is possible."--Honor Whiteman "Mortgage Strategy "

"Food for thought."--Keith Richmond "Tribune "