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Incomplete Metamorphic Democracy as a Conceptual Framework in the Analysis of African Politics

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The end of the Cold War and the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, effectively reduced the East-West conflicts that tended to spill over into the Third World nations and influence the political systems. The "New International World Order," arguably, allows scholars (and politicians) to re-examine the various political systems, and to design modalities that are germane to their polities. This disquisition, among other things, attempts to explore a conceptual framework for analyzing African democratic genre at this juncture of the continent's political evolution.


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Affiliations: 1: Department of Political Science, Francis Marion University, Florence, SC 29501, USA


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