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Participatory Urban Governance: Practical Approaches, Regional Trends, and ... - Page 23
by Edgar A. Pieterse - 2000 - 91 pages
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The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century

Samuel P. Huntington - Political Science - 1993 - 366 pages
...twentieth-century political system as democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote. So defined, democracy involves the two dimensions —...
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Grasping the Democratic Peace: Principles for a Post-Cold War World

Bruce Russett - Political Science - 1994 - 192 pages
...twentieth-century political system as democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote." In addition, he identifies a free election for transfer...
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Conflicts and New Departures in World Society

Volker Bornschier, Peter Lengyel - Political Science - 1994 - 403 pages
...twentieth-century political system is democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote", identifying a free election for transfer of power from...
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Taiwan: National Identity and Democratization

Alan Wachman, Associate Professor Alan M Wachman, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy - Political Science - 1994 - 294 pages
...twentieth-century political system [is] democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote."11 This definition comports with Dahl's notion that contestation...
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Propaganda, Politics and Violence in Cambodia: Democratic Transition Under ...

Steve Heder, Judy Ledgerwood - Political Science - 1995
...Samuel P. Huntington defines "a twentieth-century political system as democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decisionmakers are selected...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote." As he notes, this definition "incorporates the two dimensions...
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Political Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World, Volume 1

Rex Brynen, Bahgat Korany, Paul Noble - Political Science - 1995 - 350 pages
...following the conventional definitions of empirical democratic theory, I understand the term to mean a system in which the "most powerful collective decisionmakers are selected through periodic elections in which candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult...
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Debating the Democratic Peace

Michael Edward Brown, Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Steven E. Miller, Director of Studies Center for Science and International Affairs Steven E Miller, Owen R Cot Jr, Marengo Research LLC - Political Science - 1996 - 379 pages
...twentieth-century political system as democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote."34 In addition, he identifies a free election for transfer...
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Democracy in Latin America: Patterns and Cycles

Roderic Ai Camp - History - 1996 - 294 pages
...P. Huntington claims that a twentieth-century political system is democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decisionmakers are selected...honest, and periodic elections in which candidates compete freely for votes and in which virtually the entire adult population is eligible to vote. Thus...
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Building Democracy: 2nd Edition

Geoffrey Pridham, Eric Herring, George Sanford, University of Bristol. Dept. of Politics - Political Science - 1997 - 202 pages
...tradition, this study defines a twentieth-century political system as democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decisionmakers are selected...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote' (Huntington, 1991, pp. 6-7). Building on earlier work...
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Consolidating the Third Wave Democracies: Regional Challenges

Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner, Yun-han Chu, Hung-mao Tien - Political Science - 1997 - 332 pages
...twentieth-century political system [is] democratic to the extent that its most powerful collective decision makers are selected through fair, honest, and periodic elections...candidates freely compete for votes and in which virtually all the adult population is eligible to vote."' Huntington sees democracy as a dichotomous rather than...
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