Proposal for Real-name Policy Initiatives

Rhee Changyong
May 2004
Korea Focus;May/Jun2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p35
Proposes real-name policy initiatives to promote moral responsibility in South Korea. Example showing the importance of personal responsibility in politics; Benefits of a real-name system; Possibility of comparing the successes and failures of particular originators' initiatives.


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