Roslyn Fuller

Dr. Roslyn Fuller is a research associate at Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland. Her latest book, Beasts and Gods: How Democracy Changed Its Meaning and Lost Its Purpose, was published by Zed Books in November.


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Democracy Versus Liberalism

Roslyn Fuller considers Josiah Ober's "Demopolis: Democracy before Liberalism in Theory and Practice."...


The United States Is Not a Democracy
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