Foreign Governments

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Fritz Morstein Marx
Prentice-Hall, 1952 - Political science - 717 pages
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Contents

POLITICAL MAN AS ORGANIZED MAN
9
THE BASIC THEMES
20
FOUNDATIONS OF WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT
23
ENGLANDS CONSTITUTIONAL TRADITION
37
Structure of the British Cabinet
44
CABINET AND PARLIAMENT
46
CROWN AND SOVEREIGN
58
W Hardy Wicwar
62
CANTONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
383
Party Composition in the Swiss National Council 191951
389
THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE NATION
392
THE RUSSIAN PEASANT
399
SURGE OF REVOLUTION
408
MARXISMITS OPPORTUNITY
417
PARTY MONOPOLY
421
SUPPORT FROM YOUTH
435

Party Strength in Seats Won at General Elections to the House
68
THE STRUCTURE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
85
FIELD ADMINISTRATION
92
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
97
CIVIL LIBERTIES
106
OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS
116
MAIN FUNCTIONS OF GOVERNMENT
128
NATIONALIZATION
132
Cost of Nationalization to the British Government
134
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
143
THE STATUTE OF WESTMINSTER
150
THE DEPENDENT EMPIRE
157
THE DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND
166
THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA
176
INDIA AND PAKISTAN
183
DEMOCRATIC AND AUTHORITARIAN
193
VICHY INTERLUDE
205
THE CONSTITUTION OF 1946
212
THE STRUGGLE FOR CONTROL IN FRANCE
228
PRESENTDAY POLITICAL PROBLEMS
239
Elections to the French Chamber of Deputies and National Assembly
241
ITALYS CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY
247
THE FASCIST REGIME
253
ITALYS REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT
265
POLITICAL PARTIES
277
Elections to the Italian Chamber of Deputies Votes and Seats 1921
280
CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY
287
THE GENERAL WELFARE
294
INTERPLAY OF POLITICAL FORCES
298
THE GERMAN EMPIRE AND
307
ADVENT OF THE REPUBLIC
315
CONTEST OF POLITICAL FORCES
322
THE FUHRERSTAAT
331
ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFORMATIONS
336
POLITICAL EVOLUTION
355
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
364
THE CONSTITUTIONAL FOUNDATION
373
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
377
GOVERNMENTAL STRUCTURE
446
POLICY DETERMINATION IN THE UNION
455
POLICY DETERMINATION IN THE REPUBLICS
459
THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM
466
SOCIALIST ADMINISTRATION AND
472
INDIVIDUAL INTERESTS
490
CAREER OFFICIALDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY
494
RESTRAINT OF RECALCITRANTS
501
SOVIET CONSOLIDATIONBLUEPRINT
508
STATE POWER AND CLASSLESS SOCIETY
517
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
525
HUNGARY
532
YUGOSLAVIA
538
IDEOLOGICAL DYNAMICS OF
547
CHINESE COMMUNISM
553
SOURCES OF POWER IN THE POSTWAR
562
VIOLENCE IN POSTWAR JAPAN
565
THE EMPEROR AS AN EXGOD
573
Visible and Invisible Government of Prewar Japan
577
Structure of Government in PresentDay Japan
584
CentralLocal Relationships in Prewar Japan
595
THE POSITION OF CHIANG KAISHEK
598
THE NATIONALIST GOVERNMENTAL STRUCTURE TO 1948
611
Transitional Organization of the Chinese Government 194748
613
THE COMMUNIST PARTY AS A COMPETING GOVERNMENT
619
FROM REVOLUTION TOWARD
625
THE REVOLUTION OF 1910 AND THE CONSTITUTION OF 1917
636
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
642
CONSTITUTIONALISM Henry P Jordan
654
THE VARGAS DICTATORSHIP
663
TOWARD LIMITED DEMOCRACY
670
THE CHANGING FACE OF
681
THE INFLUENCE OF STRAIN
687
THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE INTERNATIONAL
694
TREATING THE ILLS OF THE NATIONSTATE
697
INDEX
703
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