The Future Catches Up: Transnational parties and democracy

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iUniverse, 2002 - Fiction - 4 pages
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Professor Goldman has contributed articles and books in divers fields of political science. This is a partial collection of his principal published and unpublished journal articles as well as brief references to his principal books.

Volume I focuses on the emergence of transnational political parties. His researches have led Goldman to conclude that transnational parties are the precursors of a world party system and that a world party system will become the institutional alternative to international warfare.

In the near-term prospects of transnational party development, he traces the methods and consequences of international collaborations among national parties and the implications of transnational party developments for the Democratic and Republican parties of the United States. Many of his forecasts came to fruition two or three decades after they were made, hence, the title of this collection: The Future Catches Up.

  

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
38
Chapter 4
86
Chapter 5
112
Chapter 6
116
Chapter 7
127
Chapter 8
162
Chapter 12
240
Chapter 13
276
Chapter 14
345
Chapter 15
387
Chapter 16
414
Chapter 17
423
Chapter 18
434
About the Author
471

Chapter 9
165
Chapter 10
186
Chapter 11
204

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About the author (2002)

RALPH M. GOLDMAN is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at San Francisco State University.

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