People Power: A user's guide to democracy

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"An excellent introduction." ( Tam Dalyell, Father of the House, 2001-2005)

"The more we know how to change things, the more we know how to make things better. And this book is an important tool in the toolbox." ( Caroline Lucas MP)

"A ground-up account of the democratic process in the UK... identifies some of the problems with the dream of digital democracy, arguing that the power is still ours" (Philip Maughan New Statesman - NS Recommends)

"This book is well-informed and clearly written - read it for an accurate and empowering understanding of how our democracy works, or could work." ( Professor Gerry Stoker, Director of the Centre for Citizenship, Globalization and Governance, University of Southampton)

"Highly readable and fascinating... an enjoyable narrative... These and many more revelations transform what sounds like an unpromising subject into an unexpected page-turner. Jellinek deserves huge credit for this." (Chris Moncrieff Northern Echo)

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"An excellent introduction." Tam Dalyell, Father of the House, 2001-2005 "The more we know how to change things, the more we know how to make things better. And this book is an important tool in the toolbox." Caroline Lucas MP "This book is well-informed and clearly written - read it for an accurate and empowering understanding of how our democracy works, or could work." Professor Gerry Stoker, Director of the Centre for Citizenship, Globalization and Governance, University of Southampton "A ground-up account of the democratic process in the UK... identifies some of the problems with the dream of digital democracy which arguing that the power is still ours" -- Philip Maughan New Statesman - NS Recommends "Highly readable and fascinating... an enjoyable narrative... These and many more revelations transform what sounds like an unpromising subject into an unexpected page-turner. Jellinek deserves huge credit for this." -- Chris Moncrieff Northern Echo

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