Regarding Politics


 collapse sectionPART I—  INTRODUCTION
 One—  Background

 collapse sectionPART II—  POLITICAL SCIENCE
 expand sectionTwo—  Political Science and Public Policy
 expand sectionThree—  A Perspective on Comparative Politics, Past and Present
 expand sectionFour—  Case Study and Theory in Political Science

 collapse sectionPART III—  POLITICAL STABILITY
 expand sectionFive—  A Theory of Stable Democracy

 collapse sectionPART IV—  CHANGE, DEVELOPMENT, REVOLUTION
 expand sectionSix—  The Idea of Political Development: From Dignity to Efficiency
 expand sectionSeven—  A Culturalist Theory of Political Change
 expand sectionEight—  "Observing" Political Culture
 expand sectionNine—  Explaining Collective Political Violence

 collapse sectionPART V—  CIVIC INCLUSION
 expand sectionTen—  Civic Inclusion and Its Discontents
 expand sectionEleven —  Rationality and Frustration

 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionINDEX

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