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Post-Imperial Democracies

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by Stephen E. Hanson
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Post-Imperial Democracies by Stephen E. Hanson

This book examines the causal impact of ideology through a comparative-historical analysis of three cases of 'post-imperial democracy': the early Third Republic in France (1870-1886); the Weimar Republic in Germany (1918–1934); and post-Soviet Russia (1992–2008). Hanson argues that political ideologies are typically necessary for the mobilization of enduring, independent national party organizations in uncertain democracies. By presenting an explicit and desirable picture of the political future, successful ideologues induce individuals to embrace a long-run strategy of cooperation with other converts. When enough new converts cooperate in this way, it enables sustained collective action to defend and extend party power. Successful party ideologies thus have the character of self-fulfilling prophecies: by portraying the future polity as one organized to serve the interests of those loyal to specific ideological principles, they help to bring political organizations centered on these principles int

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Ebook Details
Pages: 312
Size: 2.2 MB
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date published:  Jul 2010
ISBN: 9780511795770 (DRM-PDF)

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