Evaluating Democratic Consolidation in Ghana
Democratisation was not supposed to happen in Africa - at least concede the majority of political scientists. According to the main theories about the requirements or positive conditions for democracy, most African countries constituted "infertile terrain (Joseph 1999, 238)".
Africa simply had too little of what seemed obligatory for constitutional democratic politics. African states were too poor and not sufficiently capitalist, they were not fully infiltrated by western Christianity and lacked the essential civic culture. …
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