Establishing Democracies

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ESTABLISHING DEMOCRACIES

edited by Mary Ellen Fischer Skidmore College

Westview Press A Division of Harper Collins Publisbers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 17
  • SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH 20
  • 1 - ENGLAND: AN UNFINISHED REVOLUTION 22
  • Notes 51
  • SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHERREADING 54
  • 2 - THE UNITED STATES: CREATING THE EPUBLIC 56
  • Notes 82
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 85
  • 3 - GERMANY: INTO THE STREAM OF DEMOCRACY 87
  • Notes 112
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 113
  • 4 - JAPAN: FOREIGN OCCUPATION AND DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION 115
  • Notes 143
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 148
  • 5 - ARGENTINA: THE MELANCHOLY OF LIBERALDEMOCRACY 149
  • Notes 173
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 176
  • 6 - ROMANIA: THE ANGUISH OF POSTCOMMUNIST POLITICS 178
  • Notes 206
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 212
  • 7 - POLAND: A TROUBLED TRANSITION 213
  • Notes 246
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 251
  • 8 - RUSSIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS FOR DEMOCRATIZATION 253
  • Notes 275
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 278
  • Conclusion 280
  • Notes 297
  • ABOUT THE BOOK 298
  • ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS 299
  • Index 301
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