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Will democracy survive?

Democracy did not emerge as an historical inevitability, John Keane tells Peter Clarke Inside Story There are some shocks in John Keane’s latest book, The Life and Death of Democracy. First, he punctures the “democracy started in Athens” myth – “assembly democracy,”...

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15 September 2009
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Night Waves

BBC RADIO 3, 21:15, 11 June 2009, Rana Mitter talked with John Keane on democracy's future. Susannah Clapp has the first review of The National Theatre's production of Phedre, in which Helen Mirren stars as the eponymous tragic Greek heroine destroyed...

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11 June 2009
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Start the Week

8 June 2009, John Keane was guest of Andrew Marr's Start the Week Andrew Marr talks to John Keane about democracy, Katie Mitchell about virgin births and opera, Peter Hall about the vitality of regional theatre and Matthew Gale about Futurism. Originally...

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08 June 2009
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A New Politics of Identity

Tuesday 29 April 2008 Time: 6:30-8pm Venue: London School of Economics, Old Theatre, Old Building Speakers: David Goodhart, Professor John Keane, Professor Lord Bhikhu Parekh Chair: Professor Lord Tony Giddens At this event, John Keane with David Goodhart (editor of Prospect) discussed Lord Bhikhu Parekh’s...

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29 April 2008
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