Books Received
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Books Received

The books listed below were recently received by the editors. A listing here does not preclude a review in a future issue.

Advanced Democracies

After the Third Way: The Future of Social Democracy in Europe. Edited by Olaf Cramme and Patrick Diamond. I.B. Tauris, 2012. 288 pp.
Citizens’ Initiatives in Europe: Procedures and Consequences of Agenda-Setting by Citizens. Challenges to Democracy in the 21st Century series. Edited by Maija Setälä and Theo Schiller. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 262 pp. [End Page 174]
The Democratic Dilemma of American Education: Out of Many, One? By Arnold Shober. Westview Press, 2012. 267 pp.
Immigrant Politics: Race and Representation in Western Europe. Edited by Terri E. Givens and Rahsaan Maxwell. Lynne Rienner, 2012. 179 pp.
No Citizen Left Behind. By Meira Levinson. Harvard University Press, 2012. 388 pp.
Power and Willpower in the American Future: Why the United States Is Not Destined to Decline. By Robert J. Lieber. Cambridge University Press, 2012. 180 pp.
Teaching About Religions: A Democratic Approach for Public Schools. By Emile Lester. University of Michigan Press, 2011. 310 pp.
The Unheavenly Chorus: Unequal Political Voice and the Broken Promise of American Democracy. By Kay Lehman Scholzman, Sidney Verba, and Henry E. Brady. Princeton University Press, 2012. 693 pp.
The Tea Party: Three Principles. By Elizabeth Price Foley. Cambridge University Press, 2012. 238 pp.
The Writings of Abraham Lincoln. Edited by Steven B. Smith. Yale University Press, 2012. 512 pp.

Africa

African Media and Democratization: Public Opinion, Ownership and Rule of Law. By Yusuf Kalyango, Jr. Peter Lang Publishing, 2011. 283 pp.
Civil Wars in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1960–2010.By Emizet François Kisangani. Lynne Rienner, 2012. 252 pp.
Elections and the Media in Post-Conflict Africa: Votes and Voices for Peace? By Marie-Soleil Fr`ere. Zed Books, 2011. 289 pp.
Human Rights and African Airwaves: Mediating Equality on the Chichewa Radio. By Harri Englund. Indiana University Press, 2011. 294 pp.
Sudan, South Sudan, and Darfur: What Everyone Needs to Know. By Andrew S. Natsios. Oxford University Press, 2012. 250 pp.
War and Conflict in Africa. By Paul D. William. Polity, 2011. 306 pp.

Asia

China and Coexistence: Beijing’s National Security Strategy for the Twenty-First Century. By Liselotte Odgaard. Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2012. 242 pp.
Nation, Territory, and Globalization in Pakistan: Traversing the Margins. By Chad Hines. Routledge, 2012. 151 pp.
Talking Back: The Idea of Civilization in the Indian Nationalist Discourse. By Sabyasachi Bhattacharya. Oxford University Press, 2011. 182 pp. [End Page 175]
The US-India Nuclear Pact: Policy Process, and Great Power Politics. By Harsh V. Pant. Oxford University Press, 2011. 150 pp.

Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union

Civil Society in Communist Eastern Europe: Opposition and Dissent in Totalitarian Regimes. By Matt Killingsworth. ECPR Press, 2012. 173 pp.
The Next Generation of Youth in Russia, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan: Youth, Politics, Identity and Change. By Nadia M. Diuk. Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. 209 pp.
Political Corruption in Eastern Europe: Politics After Communism. By Tatiana Kostadinova. Lynne Rienner, 2012. 303 pp.

Latin America and the Caribbean

Care Work and Class: Domestic Workers’ Struggle for Equal Rights in Latin America. By Marike Blofield. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012. 185 pp.
Creative Destruction? Economic Crises and Democracy in Latin America. By Francisco E. González. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012. 281 pp.
Long Live Atahualpa: Indigenous Politics, Justice, and Democracy in the Northern Andes. By Emma Cervone. Duke University Press, 2012. 332 pp.
The Mayan in the Mall: Globalization, Development, and the Making of Modern Guatemala. By J.T. Way. Duke University Press, 2012. 310 pp.
Media and Politics in Latin America: Globalization, Democracy and Identity. By Carolina Matos. I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2012. 289 pp.
New Approaches to Resistance in Brazil and Mexico. Edited by John Gledhill and Patience A. Schell. Duke University Press, 2012. 398 pp.
Patients of the State: The Politics of Waiting in Argentina. By Javier Auyero. Duke University Press, 2012. 196 pp.
Revolutionary Medicine: Health and Body in Post-Soviet Cuba. By P. Sean Broth-erton. Duke University Press, 2012. 256 pp.

Middle East

Adaptable Autocrats: Regime Power in Egypt and Syria. By Joshua Stacher...


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