The Dubious Link: Civic Engagement and Democratization (Google eBook)
Stanford University Press, 2004 - 297 Seiten
This text examines the dark side of civil society - the cases in which the participation of average citizens leads to undemocratic results. It looks at associational life in pre-Nazi Germany, anti-desegregation movements in the United States and organizations for rights in democratic Argentina.
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