New Internationalist

The Democracy Owners’ Manual

November 2002

Subtitled ‘a practical guide to changing the world’, Jim Shultz (better-known to NI readers in recent months for his dispatches from Cochabamba, Bolivia) has created here the nearest thing there is to a true democrat’s riposte to, say, Mao’s Little Red Book. Well, it’s a bit bigger and more green, as you’d expect. And a good deal more uplifting than your average manual from, say, Microsoft, Sony or Readers’ Digest. No self-professed democrat should be caught without it.

David Ransom

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