Democracy and Democratization: Processes and Prospects in a Changing World

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Notes

Chapter One
1.
David Held, Models of Democracy ( Cambridge: Polity Press, 1987), p. 2.
2.
Ibid., pp. 28-33. See also Arne Naess et al., Democracy, Ideology, and Objectivity ( Oslo: Oslo University Press, 1956), p. 78n.
3.
Held, Models of Democracy, p. 32.
4.
C. B. Macpherson, The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977), p. 13.
5.
Held, Models of Democracy, p. 41n.
6.
See Goran Therborn, "The Rule of Capital and the Rise of Democracy," New Left Review 103 ( 1977): 3.
7.
Macpherson, The Life and Times; see also Held, Models of Democracy.
8.
See Macpherson, The Life and Times, pp. 35-39.
9.
Held, Models of Democracy, p. 69.
10.
F. A. Hayek, The Constitution of Liberty ( London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960), p. 103.
11.
See Held, Models of Democracy, pp. 248-252.
12.
Quoted from ibid., p. 248.
15.
See Macpherson, The Life and Times, pp. 60-64, and Held, Models of Democracy, pp. 100-104.
16.
Quoted from Held, Models of Democracy, p. 75.
17.
Macpherson, The Life and Times; Carol Pateman, Participation and Democratic Theory ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970); Carol Pateman, The Problem of Political Obligation: A Critique of Liberal Theory ( Cambridge: Polity Press, 1985).
18.
Pateman, Participation and Democratic Theory, p. 110.
19.
See the discussion of Marx in Held, Models of Democracy, pp. 105-143.
20.
Robert A. Dahl, A Preface to Economic Democracy ( Cambridge: Polity Press, 1985), p. 60.
21.
See, for example, Carol C. Gould, Rethinking Democracy ( New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988).

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Table of contents

  • Forthcoming iii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Tables and Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acronyms xv
  • Introduction 1
  • One - What is Democracy? 3
  • Conclusion 23
  • Two - Processes Of Democratization 24
  • Conclusion 62
  • Three - Domestic Consequences Of Democracy: Growth and Welfare? 64
  • Conclusion 92
  • Four - International Consequences Of Democracy: Peace and Cooperation? 93
  • Conclusion 119
  • Five - The Future of Democracy And Democratization 121
  • Conclusion 134
  • Discussion Questions 137
  • Notes 139
  • Suggested Readings 155
  • Glossary 159
  • About the Book And Author 163
  • Index 165
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