By James O'Connor
O'Connor, a Neo-Marxist, contends that individualist ethics in the USA became tremendous high priced to the world's such a lot complex capitalist society.
Read Online or Download Accumulation Crisis PDF
Similar political science books
This quantity re-examines the that means of revolution as an invaluable notion in politics. It strains the background of the idea that from its historic beginnings, yet particularly in reference to the belief of development because the French Revolution. newer statements are tested as a prelude to arriving at a much less deterministic, entrenched definition than has frequently been the case, yet which keeps the belief of revolution as a possible window and facilitator of swap.
Dr. Martin Kriele ist Ordinarius für Allgemeine Staatslehre und Öffentliches Recht an der Universität zu Köln und Direktor des Seminars für Staatsphilosophie und Rechtspolitik.
Die DDR-(N)ostalgie der Ostdeutschen ist seit der Wiedervereinigung immer wieder Gegenstand des öffentlichen-medialen und wissenschaftlichen Diskurses. Die vorliegende Arbeit will durch Analysen des Niveaus, der Determinanten, der Entwicklung und der politischen Korrelate dieses Phänomens einen empirisch fundierten Beitrag zu der bisher stark normativ geprägten Debatte leisten.
In a single of the single debts of Latino legislative habit, Stella M. Rouse examines how good the growing to be Latino inhabitants interprets their elevated presence into legislative impact. Latinos within the Legislative technique explores Latino illustration by way of contemplating the position of ethnicity during the legislative strategy - from invoice sponsorship, to committee deliberations, to flooring votes - in seven nation legislatures.
- Der Mythos der Nation im Transnationalen Raum: Türkische Graue Wölfe in Deutschland
- Political Theory In Transition
- Crisis of the Strauss Divided: Essays on Leo Strauss and Straussianism, East and West
- The Ethical World of British Mps
- Kommunalpolitik in den deutschen Ländern: Eine Einführung
- Global Policy Studies: International Interaction toward Improving Public Policy
Extra resources for Accumulation Crisis
It is under conditions of democratic institutionalization that more peaceful and consensual forms of political conﬂict and competition develop, the converse being the case when a broad democratic consensus is considered by the participants to be absent. Of course, democracy necessitates self-determination. Certainly a selfrespecting democratic power should not seek to have a retinue of subservient client-states as its international environment. The determination of foreign governments for economic control is the least legitimate type of clientelism, as it undermines the autonomy of governments necessary to further national development.
The absence of democracy! If these Latins would only learn the art of determining governments through election, as opposed to violence, and bind their polity to the rule of law, the problem would be solved. In a sense, it was only natural. Democracy is the method of government best known to American ofﬁcials, one that has beneﬁted and worked well for their nation. Governability would be the logical result of democracy if only it were adequately supported by the local people. Beyond these problems of obtaining a stable environment for trade and investment, we must keep in mind the particular importance of rallying public support for foreign policy in the United States because of the highly decentralized nature of its regime and party system.
0pt ——— Normal PgEnds: , (10 introduction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 19 of government, institutionalized political democracy is the most consensual one; it ultimately must rest on broad domestic support. Carlos Altamirano, the former secretary general of the Chilean Socialist Party during Salvador Allende’s social revolutionary experiment, has stated: “In Latin America there is not a properly democratic culture, neither in the dominant classes nor the left.
Accumulation Crisis by James O'Connor