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- Previous ed.: 1996.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of Figures and Tables Preface Introduction Part One: Classic Models Chapter 1 - Classical Democracy: Athens Political ideas and aims Institutional features The exclusivity of an ancient democracy The critics In sum: Model I Chapter 2 - Republicanism: Liberty, Self-Government and the Active Citizen The eclipse and re-emergence of homo politicus The reforging of republicanism Republicanism, elective government and popular sovereignty From civic life to civic glory In sum: Model IIa The republic and the general will In sum: model IIb The public and the private Chapter 3 - The Development of Liberal Democracy: For and Against the State Power and Sovereignty Citizenship and the Constitutional State Separation of Powers The problem of factions Accountability and Markets In sum: model IIIa Liberty and the development of democracy The dangers of despotic power and an overgrown state Representative government The subordination of women Competing conceptions of the 'ends of government' In sum: Model IIIb Chapter 4 - Direct Democracy and the End of Politics Class and class conflict History as evolution and the development of captialism Two theories of the state The end of politics Competing conceptions of Marxism Part Two: Recent Variants Chapter 5 - Competitive ELitism and the Technocratic Vision Classes, power and conflict Bureaucracy, parliaments and nation-states Competitive elitist democracy Liberal democracy at the crossroads The last vestige of democracy? Democracy, capitalism and socialism 'Classical' v. modern democracy A technocratic vision In sum: model V Chapter 6 - Pluralism, Corporate Capitalism and the State Group politics, government and power Politics, consensus and the distribution of power Democracy, corporate capitalism and the state In sum: Model VI Accumulation, legitimation and the restricted sphere of the political The changing form of representative institutions Chapter 7 - From Post-War Stability to Political Crisis: The P.
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