The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror

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Allen & Unwin, 2005 - Democracy - 303 pages
One of the leading figures in the Soviet human rights movement who became a major political voice in Israel writes about democracy, about which he has earned the right to be passionate, having been jailed in the USSR for nine years after challenging Soviet policies.

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I bought this book after watching Mr. Sharansky on Meet the Press. A very good book. This is "supposedly" the book that Bush is basing is foreing policy on, but he must not have read the same book ... Read full review

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Natan Sharansky is a former Soviet dissident, political prisoner, and human rights icon who has spent his life championing democracy and freedom. He recently resigned as the Minister for Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs in the Israeli Government.

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