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Why Switzerland?

Why Switzerland Why Switzerland first published in offers a unique analysis of the structures that make Switzerland work and provides a short concise working model for the visitor or student Linking an analy

  • Title: Why Switzerland?
  • Author: Jonathan Steinberg
  • ISBN: 9780521484534
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why Switzerland , first published in 1976, offers a unique analysis of the structures that make Switzerland work and provides a short, concise working model for the visitor or student Linking an analysis of the microeconomy to the major features in politics, history, religion and language, it shows how a bottom up society has survived in a world of top down states.Why Switzerland , first published in 1976, offers a unique analysis of the structures that make Switzerland work and provides a short, concise working model for the visitor or student Linking an analysis of the microeconomy to the major features in politics, history, religion and language, it shows how a bottom up society has survived in a world of top down states For this new edition Jonathan Steinberg has completely revised and extended his text, and a number of unusual and attractive illustrations have been added.

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    1 thought on “Why Switzerland?

    1. Really enjoyed reading this book! Give an overwhelming detailed view on Swiss identity and life. What makes Swiss a swiss and how that is hard to replicate elsewhere and how it might change in the future. Recommended read for anyone living or is new to Switzerland!

    2. Excellent book on an excellent country - it covers Swiss history, politics, society, and culture. The book explains why Switzerland is so exceptional in many aspects - it's multiple languages, deep federalism (with kanton and commune having more responsibilities than central government) and it's unique direct democracy.

    3. Not a travel guide, and rather academic, not to say a bit tedious, at times, this book will tell you vital things to know about this fascinating and unique country. Once surrounded by enemies, now Switzerland is surrounded by friends (the EU) that threaten its uniqueness.The author looks at politics, religion, culture and other topics trying to answer the question he poses in his title. I think he does a good job of this. He is British, but the points he makes comparing the US's democracy and Sw [...]

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