Comparative Politics Today: A World View

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Index
Activists, political
in China: political communication and, 345-46; recruitment of, 350
described, 62
in France, 232
involvement of, 67
local politics and, 209
Soviet, as Communist party members, 267, 268
Adjudication
in China, 359-60
by legislatures, 118
need for, 8
political parties and, 96
in Soviet Union, 12
(see also Judicial systems and procedures)
Administration (see Bureaucracy; Elite; Leadership, political; Political style; and under specific country)
Age, political participation and, 49, 66
Agitation, political
propaganda vs., 279
in Soviet Union, 283
Agriculture
in China, 311, 313; development of, 361; First Five- Year Plan, 331; land reform movement, 330; rural people's communes, 333-34; socialization of, 333, 334
contribution to economy, 17, 19, 194, 258, 377-78
encouragement of, in Cuba, 46
in France: importance of, 194; organizations representing, 221, 222
interest groups and: demonstrations by, 76; in France, 221, 222; in Mexico, 394, 395
labor force in, 17, 19, 258
in Mexico: changes in, 393, 394; conditions of labor, 373; contribution to economy, 377-78; land reform, 371, 377; organizations representing, 394, 395; Revolutionary party and, 390
in Soviet Union, 258; collective farmers, 268, 272
in Tanzania, 412-13, 414; economic planning and, 430-31, 432, 433-34; transformation approach to, 432
Akhmatova, Anna, 271
Algerian crisis, 61, 104, 196, 197, 199, 238, 245 referendum on, 214, 215, 216-17
All-China Federation of Trade Unions, 329, 349
All-China Student's Federation, 329, 349
All-China Women's Federation, 329, 349
Allende, Salvadore, 63
All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions (AUCCTU), Soviet, 271-72
All-Union Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 97, 98
All-Union Lenin-Communist League of Youth (Komsomol), Soviet, 273-74, 277-78
Almond, Gabriel, 379
Amery, L. S., 179
Amin, Idi, 121
Amorphous pluralism, described, 183, 184
Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921, 132
Anomic interest groups, described, 74-76

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Part I Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 the Study of Comparative Politics 3
  • Chapter 2 Issues in Comparative Politics 14
  • Part II Political Processes 41
  • Chapter 3 Political Socialization and Political Culture 43
  • Chapter 4 Political Participation 57
  • Chapter 5 Interest Groups and Interest Articulation 73
  • Chapter 6 Political Parties and Party Systems 88
  • Chapter 7 Policy Making and Implementation 113
  • Part III Country Studies 129
  • Chapter 8 Politics in England 131
  • Chapter 8 Politics in England 131
  • Selected Bibliography 443
  • Index 449
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