The State: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

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John A. Hall
Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 1994 - State, The - 3 pages
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Contents

Commentary
7
VOLUME THREE
10
A Possible
22
James G March and Johan P Olsen
37
Ruling Class Strategies and Citizenship Michael Mann
43
Social Democracy as a Historical Phenomenon Adam Przeworski 314
52
StateMaking and NationBuilding Anthony D Smith
59
Paradigms of Relations Between State and Society Robert R Alford
63
Webers Theory of Politics
235
Power Versus Plenty as Objectives of Foreign Policy in
254
The Empirical and the Juridical
267
Kant Liberal Legacies and Foreign Affairs Michael W Doyle
277
Foreign Aid and the Capitalist State in Underdeveloped Countries
287
Commentary
329
Comparative Responses to the
354
Dilemmas of Democratization in Latin America Terry Lynn Karl
366

Commentary
79
Cultural and Instrumental Approaches to Ethnic Nationalism
90
Germany England and Italy Martin Shefter
103
Political System On the Selectiveness of Political Institutions
104
REVOLUTIONARY REGIMES
109
Notes on the Marxist Theory
130
Society and the Stalinist state in the period of the Five Year Plans
135
The Predatory Theory of Rule Margaret Levi
146
STATES AND ETHNICITY
147
Western and Soviet
173
Ethnic Competition and Modernization in Contemporary Africa
174
Commentary
179
Patterns of Ethnic Separatism Donald L Horowitz
197
Commentary
217
Reflections on the Patterns of Change in the Bureaucratic
231
Predation Embedded
386
WELFARE STATES
391
COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN STATE
396
ExportLed Growth and the CenterRight Coalition in Turkey
415
Commentary
427
THE QUESTION OF HEGEMONY
431
Traditional Theories of State
433
The Tribe and the State Patricia Crone
446
Commentary
477
Why No Corporatism in America? Robert H Salisbury
483
Constitutionalism Class and the Limits of Choice in U S Foreign
498
THE END OF THE STATE?
513
CityStates Peter Burke
530
Supranational and the State Susan Strange
539
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About the author (1994)

John A. Hall is James McGill Professor of Comparative Historical Sociology at McGill University. His recent publications include Ernest Gellner (2010) and The Anatomy of Power: The Social Theory of Michael Mann (Cambridge University Press, 2006).

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