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Photo of the bookTitle:Government without Politics
Subtitle:The Difference between Government and Politics
Author:Shams Ali
Cover Type:Paperback
Book Size:Width: 135 mm, Height: 200 mm, Thickness: 13 mm, Weight: 270 grams
Number of Pages:Front matter: 12
Main text: 230
Back matter: 3
Total: 245
Publication Date:November 2007
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View preface, table of contents, one chapter and index in pdf formatThe words "government" and "politicians" are used interchangeably most of the time today. This is because for most people today "government" means "politics" and "politics" means "government". Most people just cannot tell the difference between the two.
But are "politics" and "government" the same thing?
What are all those "isms", by which politicians justify their "powers"?
How do "politicians" justify their actions and who "owns" politicians?
What is "Democracy" and is the "World Government" an "ideal" or a painful necessity?
Can people trust politicians and can they trust government?
This book asks and answers these and other questions relating to "government" and "politics".
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