In this concluding appraisal of leadership in democracy the emphasis will continue to be on the entrepreneurial-style, pioneering kind of leadership — but with more of an eye on the future than the past. Pioneering leadership will also be viewed from the perspective of entrepreneurial democracy and its prospects in the presumably democratic world of the twenty-first century. For as was noted at the end of Part I, an assessment of the prevalence of pioneering in the various sectors of a democracy’s political system is also an assessment of the degree to which it is an entrepreneurial democracy. And Part II’s assessment of the prevalence of political pioneering in the 1960s–90s was focused on the country that has the best claim to being considered a truly entrepreneurial democracy.
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