Author: A C Grayling. Review by Nick Wilde
Quaker decision making does not work in the same way as democracy, exactly. Friends get the ‘sense of the meeting’ and, if we do not agree, we wait until we do. Politics isn’t like that. Winston Churchill famously said that democracy is the least bad way of conducting politics and in this book A C Grayling explains why, and how it can be improved. The author is a humanist philosopher who writes clearly and straightforwardly about matters which concern us all.
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