Comparative Political Systems: Policy Performance and Social Change

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Chapter 1
1.
Dharam Ghai and Cynthia Hewitt de Alcántara, "The Crisis of the 1980s in SubSaharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean: Economic Impact, Social Change and Political Implications," Development and Change 21 ( July 1990): 389-426.
2.
Robert A. Dahl, After the Revolution? Authority in a Good Society, rev. ed. ( New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1990). 80. See also Robert A. Dahl, "Why Free Markets Are Not Enough," Journal of Democracy 3 ( July 1992): 82-89.
3.
Immanuel Wallerstein, "Capitalist Markets: Theory and Reality," Social Science Information 30 ( September 1991): 371.
4.
James Petras, "Global Transformations and the Future of Socialism in Latin America," New Political Science, nos. 18-19 (Winter 1990): 181-93. See also Haldun Gülap, "The State and Democracy in Underdeveloped Capitalist Formations," Studies in Political Economy, no. 32 (Summer 1990):145-66.
5.
See Robert A. Dahl, "Governments and Political Oppositions," in Handbook of Political Science, vol. 3, ed. Fred I. Greenstein and Nelson W. Polsby ( Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1975), 118-22; Robert A. Dahl, Democracy and Its Critics ( New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1989).
6.
According to Joseph A. Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, 3d ed. ( New York: Harper and Row, 1950), 269, "The democratic method is that institutional arrangement for arriving at political decisions in which individuals acquire the power to decide by means of a competitive struggle for the people's vote." For a critique of Schumpter's formulation about the interaction between capitalism and democracy, see David Beetham, "Four Theorems about the Market and Democracy," European Journal of Political Research 23 ( February 1993): 187-201.
7.
Charles E. Lindblom, Democracy and Market System ( Oslo: Norwegian University Press, 1988), 116-18; Dahl, After the Revolution?45-79, 131-32.
8.
Elizabeth Anderson, "The Ethical Limitations of the Market," Economics and Philosophy 6 ( October 1990): 179-205; John R. Bowman, "Competition and the Microfoundations. of the Capitalist Economy: Towards the Redefinition of Homo Economicus," Politics and Society 18 ( June 1990): 233-42.
9.
Ralph Miliband, "Socialism in Question," Monthly Review 42 ( March 1991): 16- 24; Wlodzimierz Brus, "The Compatibility of Planning and Market Reconsidered," Studies in Comparative Communism 23 (Autumn/Winter 1990): 341-48.

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