Conditions of Democracy in Europe, 1919-39: Systemic Case-Studies

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Palgrave Macmillan, May 5, 2000 - History - 503 pages
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Why did democracy survive in some European countries between the wars while fascism or authoritarianism emerged elsewhere? This innovative study approaches this question through the comparative analysis of the inter-war experience of 18 countries within a common comprehensive analytical framework. It combines structure- and actor-related aspects to provide detailed historical accounts of each case which serve as background information for the systematic testing of major theories of fascism and democracy.

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Dirk Berg-Schlosser is Professor of Political Science at Philipps University. Jeremy Mitchell is Lecturer in Government at The Open University.

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