Comparative Political Systems: Policy Performance and Social Change

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Index
A
Academy of Sciences ( Russia), 78
Adam Smith Institute ( Great Britain), 62
Africa
economic growth in, 190, 191
human development scale rankings, 190
political changes in, 89
See also names of specific countries
African Development Bank, 171
Agrarian bureaucratic-authoritarian systems, 26-28
Agrarian Center Party ( Sweden), 52
Agrarian folk systems, 17, 19-22
Agriculture
collectivization of, 77, 78, 88
decollectivization of, 123, 184
public resources and promotion of Soviet, 182
Allende, Salvador, 131, 132, 151
Alliance of Free Democrats ( Hungary), 144
Alliance of Young Democrats ( Hungary), 144
Allocation of resources, classification of economic systems according to, 5
All-Russian Congress of Soviets, 75
Almond, Gabriel, 169
Amin, Samir, 174
Anarchy, and Oppression of weaker factions, 165
"Anarchy of the market," 167
Angola, 19
Apparatchiki, 49, 135, 141, 146
Arendt, Hannah, 72, 88
Argentina
as competitive oligarchy, 47-48
disintegration of military regime in, 148, 149
human development scale ranking, 190
limited democratization in, 152
military coup, 117, 130, 131-32, 133
modern attitudes in, 170
trade deficits, 181
Army of the Republic of Vietnam, 107
Aron, Raymond, 71
Asia
economic growth, 191
emergence of democratic regimes, 41
policy influences, 10-11
Soviet influence in, 26
U.S. influence in, 25
See also names of specific countries
Asian Development Bank, 171
Attitudinal modernization, 170
Attitudinal secularization, 171
Australia
human rights in, 177
investment in Vietnam, 128
reconciliation system, 9, 44
Austria, economic growth in, 177-78
Aylwin, Patricio, 151
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 22
B
BA. See Bureaucratic-authoritarian systems
Bangladesh, modern attitudes in, 170

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