Modern Democracy in Ghana and Traditional Forms of Governance

A book written by 12 contributing authors. Each contributing a chapter based on interviews and research gathered on a 5 week research trip to Ghana in the summer of 2012. This body of work gives historical and cultural context to Ghana's ability to effectively balance  the political power of democratically appointed Chef's and democratically elected Politicians. The book also describes the balance of this dual power system as it addresses public education, environmental preservation and public policy. 

This book is edited by Dr. Ebenezer Ayesu and Dr. Jean Krasno who also contributed to the book's content. 

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