Political Sociology: A Reader

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INDEX
absolutism, failure of, 353-354
acephalous villages, 87
activity: political, types of, 11
Africa: nationalism in, 371-372, 376-378, 481-485; politics in, anthropological study of, 93-100
Alexander I (Russia), 476
Alexander II (Russia), 477, 478
Alexander III (Russia), 478
Alford, Robert R., 486; Some Consequences and Correlates of Class Polarization, 505-509
Allardt, Erik, 486; Radical Vote and the Social Context; Traditional and Emerging Radicalism, 490-497
Almond, Gabriel, 401, 575; "Developmental Approach to Political Systems, A," 57-61
American Revolution, compared with French Revolution, 348-352
anarchy, 35
Anglo-American, Tocqueville on social conditions of the, 384-387
Annals, The (Tacitus), 194-195
anti-capitalistic mass spirit, origins of, 498-505
anti-semitism, 545-549
Apter, David E., 621
Argentina, 533, 535
aristocracy: in Byzantium in the Thirteenth Century, 290-294; Montesquieu on laws in relation to nature of, 32
Aristotle, 3, 4, 5, 10; Politics, The, 24-27
Armstrong, John A., 554
Aron, Raymond, 9, 379, 522; Social Structure and the Ruling Class, 414-420
Arthashastra of Kautilya, 3
Asakawa, K., 226; Some Aspects of Japanese Feudal Institutions, 239-245
Asia, nationalism in, 371-372, 481-485; See also Southeast Asia
Asiatic Steppe-Pastoralists, organization of the, 146-155
associations, monarchies based on, 89
Athenian democracy, 203-211
authoritarian regimes, 521-549; definition of, 522; dynamics of, 527-529
authority: legitimate, Weber on types of, 43; liberty versus, 7; patrimonial, 119-120
"Authority and Law in Ancient China" (Bodde), 278-281
Aymard, André, 186; Greek Cities during the Classical Epoch, 202-203
Ayub Khan, 596
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 484, 590
Bakunin, Michael, 358, 502
Banks, Arthur, 401
Barnes, J. A., 97
Barotseland, civil war and theories of power in, 105-111
Barraclough, Geoffrey, 481; Revolt against the West, 481-485
Barth, Frederick, 81
"Basis of Legitimacy, The" (Weber), 41-43
Bebel, August, 356, 357
Becker, Marvin B., 186; Some Aspects of Oligarchical, Dictatorial, and Popular Signorie in Florence (1282‐ 1382), 211-215
Bellah, Robert N., 379 Values and Social Change in Modem Japan, 411-414
Benda, Harry J., 379; Non-Western Intelligentsias as Political Elites, 437-444
Bendix, Reinhard, 10, 394, 396, 529, 575
Bentham, Jeremy, 355
Bergmann, Benjamin, 152-153
Bergstrdsser, Arnold, 518
Bismarck, Otto von, 356, 357
Bodde, Derk, 263; "Authority and Law in Ancient China," 278-281
Bogdanov, M. N., 151

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