Volume 5 in the Studies in Political Development Series.
Originally published in 1965.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface and Acknowledgments, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. ix
- 1. Introduction: Political Culture and Political Development, pg. 1
- 2. Japan: The Continuity of Modernization, pg. 27
- 3. England: The Traditionally Modern Political Culture, pg. 83
- 4. Germany: The Remaking of Political Culture, pg. 130
- 5. Turkey: The Modernity of Tradition, pg. 171
- 6. India: Two Political Cultures, pg. 199
- 7. Ethiopia: Identity, Authority, and Realism, pg. 245
- 8. Italy: Fragmentation, Isolation, and Alienation, pg. 282
- 9. Mexico: The Established Revolution, pg. 330
- 10. Egypt: The Integrative Revolution, pg. 396
- 11. Soviet Russia: Orthodoxy and Adaptiveness, pg. 450
- 12. Conclusion: Comparative Political Culture, pg. 512
- Contributors, pg. 561
- Index, pg. 565