How should pro-democratic forces safeguard representative
government from anti-democratic forces? By granting rights of
participation to groups that do not share democratic values,
democracies may endanger the very rights they have granted; but
denying these rights may also undermine democratic values.
Alexander Kirshner offers a set of principles for determining when
one may reasonably refuse rights of participation, and he defends
this theory through real-world examples, ranging from the far-right
British Nationalist Party to Turkey's Islamist Welfare Party to
America's Democratic Party during Reconstruction.
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