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Democracy And Violence: A Review Of "The Democratic Experience And Political Violence", Editor Aug 2001

Democracy And Violence: A Review Of "The Democratic Experience And Political Violence", Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article is a book review of The Democratic Experience and Political Violence. The book was co-edited by David Rapoport, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles and Leonard Weinberg, Foundation Professor of Political Science at the University of Nevada, Reno.


Comment On Benhabib's "Dismantling The Leviathan": A Republican-Liberai Perspective, Richard Dagger Jul 2001

Comment On Benhabib's "Dismantling The Leviathan": A Republican-Liberai Perspective, Richard Dagger

Political Science Faculty Publications

Those who think of themselves as republican or civic liberals, as I do, will surely be of two minds about Seyla Benhabib's "Dismantling the Leviathan: Citizen and State in a Global World" [Spring 2001 ]. In some respects, Professor Benhabib' s thoughtful essay is quite congenial to republican liberalism. She insists on the importance of human rights, for instance, and she looks for ways to expand political participation. Her indictment of "civic republicanism," however, requires a republican-liberal response.


Book Review: The Rise And Fall Of The American Whig Party: Jacksonian Politics And The Onset Of The Civil War By Michael Holt, Allen C. Guelzo Jul 2001

Book Review: The Rise And Fall Of The American Whig Party: Jacksonian Politics And The Onset Of The Civil War By Michael Holt, Allen C. Guelzo

Civil War Era Studies Faculty Publications

"An impartial history of American statesmanship will give some of its most brilliant chapters to the Whig party from 1830 to 1850," wrote James G. Blaine in his memoirs. This was not, unhappily, because of a great heritage of political achievement in American public life. The work of the Whigs was, as Blaine admitted, negative and restraining rather than constructive. Still, "if their work cannot be traced in the National statute books as prominently as that of their opponents, they will be credited by the discriminating reader of our political annals as the English of to-day credit Charles James Fox ...


Robert Dahl And The Right To Workplace Democracy, Robert Mayer Apr 2001

Robert Dahl And The Right To Workplace Democracy, Robert Mayer

Political Science: Faculty Publications and Other Works

Do employees possess a moral right to democratic voice at work? In A Preface To Economic Democracy and other writings over the past two decades, Robert Dahl has developed a neo-Kantian proof for the existence of such a right. Even if we accept the norm of distributive justice upon which Dahl founds his proof, voluntary subjection to authoritarian power in firms does not violate the legitimate entitlements of employees. While adult residents of territorial associations do possess a moral right to political equality, polities and firms are qualitatively different types of associations in which the entitlements of subjects are distinct ...


Trends. A Standard Standard Of Proof: Is The World Trade Organization Good Or Bad For Democracy?, Editor Feb 2001

Trends. A Standard Standard Of Proof: Is The World Trade Organization Good Or Bad For Democracy?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the view of one member of the United States House of Representatives about the World Trade Organization and its affect on democracy.


Ibpp Research Associates: Uganda, Staff Writer - The Monitor Online (Uganda) Feb 2001

Ibpp Research Associates: Uganda, Staff Writer - The Monitor Online (Uganda)

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article - Issue joint statement against bombs, by a newspaper staff writer - was originally posted on The Monitor [Online] (Uganda) on January 30, 2001. It presents information about the 2001 elections in Uganda, comparing the current events to the violence- and tension-filled elections of 1996.

The full article is not available for download due to copyright restrictions. Please contact Daily Monitor (http://www.monitor.co.ug/meta/contact/691198-691184-4yyvaez/index.html) for details.

Daily Monitor was established as an independent daily newspaper, The Monitor, and relaunched as Daily Monitor in June 2005. Daily Monitor is a subsidiary of Monitor Publications ...