O'Donnell

Topics: Democracy, Politics, Political corruption Pages: 25 (7082 words) Published: February 16, 2013
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[pic]Copyright © 1998 National Endowment for Democracy and the Johns Hopkins University Press. All rights reserved. Journal of Democracy 9.3 (1998) 112-126
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