Revolution and Counterrevolution: Change and Persistence in Social Structures

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Index
abolition movement, U.S., 300; sources of support, 254, 255-258, 263; and status tensions, 11; and Martineau, 357, 357 n.
Acción Democrática, 199
achievement-ascription: in comparative usage, 31-32; in U.S., 31-55, 67, 74, 111; in Canada, 31-55, 47, 74; and education, 35, 109-117; in Great Britain, 47; in British colonies, 65; and economic development, 66-67; in Latin America, 67- 117; in modernizing societies, 109- 117; in modern societies, 111, 231, 233; Weber on, 132-133, 134; and accorded status, 152
achievement, need for, see need for achievement
affluence, in Western society, 214
Africa: nation building, 5; immigrants, 92; revolution and value change, 103; non-democratic, 196, 196 n.; nationalism, 199; leftists, 201; students in politics, 203 n.; socialism, 209 n.-210 n.; return of U.S. slaves, 253; one-party regimes, 363
Africans, in Latin America, 70
agrarian parties: in multiparty system, 164-165; in Europe, 182, 194; in U.S., 182
Agrarian Socialism, vii
Alberta, Canada, 59
alienation: "marginal man," 93; Marx on, 125, 128-129, 136-138; Weber on, 136-138; in bureaucratic society, 156; see also anomie
Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union, 427
America, Latin, see Latin America
American Federation of Labor, 427, 428, 432; A.F.L.-C.I.O., 428, 432
Americanism: and socialism, 60; and Protestantism, 262
American Labor party, 427
American Medical Association, 432
American party, 257, 259
American Protective Association, 261, 268
American Voter, The, 393
American Voting Behavior, 393
An American Dilemma, 339
anarcho-syndicalism, in Latin America, 188
Anglican Church: Canada, 48, 54, 55, 57; U.S., state church, 53; conservatism, 54; politically dependent, 173; party ties, 250; European, 298
anomie, 125, 141-142; and status tensions, 11; see also alienation, status discrepancy
an sich, 128
anti-Americanism: in Canada, 43, 43 n., 48, 61, 62; in Japan, 82; in Latin America, 82
anti-Catholicism, U.S., 8; church ties, 248, 270, 279, 288, 289, 311; party ties, 248, 258, 261, 270, 279, 288- 289
anti-elitism, U.S., 164, 253
Anti-Masonic party, 252
anti-refugee sentiment, U.S., 260, 311
Anti-Revolutionary parties, 48, 194

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