Citizenship Rights and Social Movements: A Comparative and Statistical Analysis

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Index
ABC strikes 121, 127
Allende, Salvador93
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man 20
Americas' Watch 95
Amnesty International 53, 89, 90, 95
anciens régimes12, 18
area studies 48
authoritarian regimes xvi, xix, xxii, 18, 20, 23, 25, 34, 37-9, 41, 49, 54, 66, 226, 232-5, 238, 242
authoritarian rule xvii, xix, 22-3, 75, 127, 236
authoritarian state 12
autocorrelation 173-4, 198
autoregression 174, 191-2, 222
Aylwin, Patrício75
Banks, A. S.50, 70, 77
Bendix, R.48
Best Linear Unbiased Estimates (BLUE) 173-4
Boolean. algebra xxvi, 214-16, 221
Boolean 'truth tables' 195, 215-24
Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB)xx, 89
bureaucratic-authoritarian state xix
Cárdenas, Cuauhtémoc 123
Cartesian Revolution 6
Castelo Branco, Humberto71
Catholic Church xxi
Citizens Movement of Madrid123, 147
citizenship:
and capitalism 6
civil 7
and commonality 26-7, 29, 235
and equality 10-12, 28
and Fascism 4
genealogies of 17-19
as membership 8, 10-11, 31, 235
normative content of 17-20, 43
and political struggle 13, 37, 43-5, 211, 228-9, 230-1, 242-3
as process xxiv, 30-1, 34, 42-5, 111-12, 226, 233
and universality 28, 232-3, 236-7, 242
civicness 239-43
civil society 5-9, 231, 234, 239-43
Civil War ( Spain) xxii, 81
clientelism 15-16, 27, 33, 38, 232, 237
collective action 5-6, 32-4, 36-42, 45, 226, 232, 242
Combined Rights Index (CRI) 61-2, 85-7, 90-1, 95-6, 99-100
Command for the NO ( Chile) xxi
Command of the Parties for Democracy ( Chile) xxi
commensurability xxv, 22, 24-5, 43-5, 49, 55
comparative method xxiii-xxv, 46-9, 214-16
Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM)129
Coordinating Committee for the Earthquake Victims (CUD) ( Mexico) 123
coronelismo89
corporatist control xxiv, 233, 238
correlations (citizenship rights and social movement activity) 167-71
cultural relativism 18, 21-2
cycles of protest 37, 40-2
cycles of repression xix, 86
Dahl, Robert9, 51
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen 4
de la Madrid, Miguel77, 97
delegative democracy 23

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