|Learning from Comparative Experience / ||1|
|Why Make Cross-national Comparisons? / ||2|
|Comparisons Across Time / ||4|
|Comparing Western with Non-Western Systems / ||5|
|Comparing Federal with Non-Federal Systems / ||9|
|Cleavages, Institutions and Political Communities||14|
|The Nature of Community and the Dimensions of Conflict||16|
|The Religious Cleavage / ||18|
|The Territorial Cleavage / ||40|
|Institutions as Bases of Cleavage / ||48|
|Canada and the Consociational Model / ||62|
|Political Integration and Consociationalism||62|
|Consociationalism in the Netherlands / ||65|
|Consociationalism in Canada: Part I / ||71|
|Consociationalism in Canada: Part II / ||78|
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Book title: Federalism and the Organization of Political Life:Canada in Comparative Perspective.
Contributors: Herman Bakvis - Author.
Publisher: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University.
Place of publication: Kingston, Ontario.
Publication year: 1981.
Page number: V.
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