Central to my book’s argument is that civil society (which can also be translated as Civic Attitude) is distinct from civil government. Civil society is comprised of formal and informal citizen groups, non-government organizations, non-profit organizations, and private foundations. Dr. LazÍn argues civil society’s role is to help establish agendas for civil government. In this way, a strong, vibrant civil society challenges bureaucratic interests within civil government. Together, civil society and civil government promote a decentralized globalization that encourages democracy and challenges statism (centralized government control over economic planning and policy)
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