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Africa Since 1940: The Past of the Present

Frederick Cooper - History - 2002 - 216 pages
This textbook bridges colonial and post-colonial history to explain the effects of political independence on the populace.
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Closing the circle: democratization and development in Africa

Richard Sandbrook - Business & Economics - 2000 - 180 pages
It is a truism that many African countries face a three-pronged tribulation--political tyranny; failed capitalist development; and violent domestic conflict. The relationship ...
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Africa's Stalled Development: International Causes and Cures

David K. Leonard, Scott Straus - Political Science - 2003 - 159 pages
This thoughtful discussion probes the international roots of Africa's civil conflicts and lackluster economies. Analyzing an unwitting system that creates a set of incentives ...
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Transitions to Democracy

Lisa Anderson - Political Science - 1999 - 316 pages
Are the factors that initiate democratization the same as those that maintain a democracy already established? The scholarly and policy debates over this question have never ...
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Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences

James Mahoney, Dietrich Rueschemeyer - Political Science - 2003 - 444 pages
The book considers the accomplishments and agendas of comparative-historical research in the social sciences.
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Democratization: The State of the Art

Dirk Berg-Schlosser - Political Science - 2007 - 187 pages
The problems of democratization â?? its successes, failures, and future prospects â?? belong to the most pressing concerns of our times. Empirical democratic theory has ...
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Regimes and Repertoires

Charles Tilly - Social Science - 2010 - 240 pages
The means by which people protest—that is, their repertoires of contention—vary radically from one political regime to the next. Highly capable undemocratic regimes such as ...
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