Participation and Democracy, East and West: Comparisons and Interpretations

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PARTICIPATION and DEMOCRACY EAST and WEST
Comparisons and Interpretations

Edited by
Dietrich Rueschemeyer
Marilyn Rueschemeyer
and Björn Wittrock

M.E. Sharpe
Armonk, New York
London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • About the Editors and Contributors ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 7
  • The Self-Organization of Society and Democratic Rule Specifying the Relationship 9
  • Acknowledgments 22
  • Notes 22
  • Bibliography 25
  • Institutions and Actors in a New Democracy the Vanishing Legacy of Communist and Solidarity Types of Participation in Poland 26
  • Notes 48
  • Bibliography 48
  • Local Democratization in the Czech Republic After 1989 51
  • Notes 76
  • Bibliography 80
  • An Emerging Paradox Civil Society from Above? 83
  • Appendix 96
  • Notes 97
  • Bibliography 97
  • The Social Democratic Party in Eastern Germany Political Participation in the Former Gdr After Unification 99
  • Notes 126
  • Bibliography 130
  • The State, Associations, and the Transition to Democracy Early Corporatism in Sweden 132
  • Notes 154
  • Bibliography 154
  • The Norwegian Voluntary Sector and Civil Society in Transition Women as Catalysts for Deep-Seated Change 157
  • Acknowledgments 194
  • Notes 194
  • Bibliography 200
  • Social Alliances and Coalitions the Organizational Underpinnings of Democracy in Western Germany 203
  • Bibliography 228
  • Democracy in America at the End of the Twentieth Century 233
  • Acknowledgment 259
  • Notes 260
  • Conclusion Contrasting Patterns of Participation and Democracy 266
  • Notes 283
  • Bibliography 284
  • Index 285
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