International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2019)

Democracy: The “Cracy” which prevents the “Crazy”


Akash Chatterjee

The governing systems of different societies and communities differ. Not all are similar in their principles, but all of them focus on one issue- good governance, which is of cardinal importance in shaping the way a particular political system should function. While ancient polity made the crown the centre of all powers in a monarchical system, modern trends and increasing liberal thinking have shifted that locus of control to the people who now chose thae people they want to be governed by. With this system of Democracy having its own pros and cons, and with increasing debates on whether the particular system is at all relevant in present times, my article makes an analysis of alternate forms of governance and how still Democracy survives as the “fittest”
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Akash Chatterjee. Democracy: The “Cracy” which prevents the “Crazy”. International Journal of Law, Volume 5, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 55-57
International Journal of Law