Table of Contents
1. Introduction: The Study of Politics.
2. The Idea of the Public Good: Ideologies and Isms.
PART I: COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS: MODELS AND THEORIES.
3. Utopias: Model States.
4. Constitutional Democracy: Models of Representation.
5. The Authoritarian Model: Myth and Reality.
6. The Totalitarian Model: A False Utopia.
PART II: ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING DEMOCRACIES.
7. Parliamentary Democracy.
8. States and Economies in Transition: Between Democracy and Yesterday.
9. Development: Myths and Realities.
PART III: POLITICS BY CIVIL MEANS: CITIZENS, LEADERS, AND POLICIES.
10. Political Socialization: The Making of a Citizen.
Participation: The Limits of Democracy.
12. Political Leadership: The Many Faces of Power.
13. Issues in Public Policy: Politics, Principles, Priorities, and Practices.
PART IV: POLITICS BY VIOLENT MEANS: REVOLUTION, WAR, AND TERRORISM.
14. Revolution: In the Name of Justice.
15. War: Politics by Other Means.
16. Terrorism: Weapon of the Weak.
PART V: POLITICS WITHOUT GOVERNMENT.
17. World Politics: The Struggle for Power.
18. International Organization(s): Globalization and the Quest for Order.
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