What I was trying to do in my two Political Order books is to say that a liberal democracy consists of three separate sets of institutions. One is the state, which is all about power and using power. The second is the rule of law, which are rules that limit power. And then the third is democratic accountability, which makes sure that the power is used in accordance with the wishes of the people. And I think that when people use the word democracy, they’re referring to all three of those, kind of indiscriminately.