Comparative Politics 1999-2000 / Edition 17 available in Paperback
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- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This reader of public press articles covers the current state of politics in Western Europe,the United Kingdom,Germany,France,Italy and Japan; factors in the political process in modern pluralist democracies; politics of intergration,transformation and disintegration in Europe; political diversity in Latin America,Africa,China,India and newly industrialized countries; and major trends,issues and prospects.
Table of ContentsUNIT 1. Pluralist Democracies: Country Studies
A. THE UNITED KINGDOM
1. Tony Blair Rides Triumphant as a Visionary and a Promoter, Warren Hoge, New York Times, February 2, 1999.
2. A Constitutional Revolution in Britain?, Donley Studlar, Harvard International Review, Spring 1999.
3. There'll Always Be an England, Andrew Sullivan, New York Times Magazine, February 21, 1999.
4. Perspectives on "New" Labour's "Third Way".
5. From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: Can a Stable Democracy Continue?, Lewis J. Edinger and Brigitte L. Nacos, Political Science Quarterly, Volume 113, Number 2, 1998.
6. Gerhard Schröder's Government.
7. Birth of the Berlin Republic, Peter Norman, Financial Times, November 10, 1998.
8. Goodbye to All That, Ralph Atkins, Financial Times, December 30, 1998.
9. Perspectives on the German Model.
10. Field Victory Colors French View of Themselves, John-Thor Dahlburg, Los Angeles Times, July 25, 1998.