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  Volume 11, Number 1, January 2000

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Democracy

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Election Watch

pp. 206-211
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 212-216
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News and Notes

pp. 217-220
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Articles

Introduction

pp. 5-10
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The March of Equality

pp. 11-17
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Mores and Democracy in Latin America

pp. 18-24
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The Judiciary and the Rule of Law

pp. 25-31
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The Problem of Executive Power in Russia

pp. 32-39
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Federalism and the Euro-Polity

pp. 40-47
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The Indispensability of Political Parties

pp. 48-55
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From the Press to the Media

pp. 56-63
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Civil Society and the "Art of Association"

pp. 64-70
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Lawyers and Liberal Democracy

pp. 71-78
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The Challenge of an Asymmetrical World

pp. 79-86
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Does Democracy Need Religion?

pp. 87-94
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Race and Ethnicity in America

pp. 95-102
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Democracy's Triumph, Philosophy's Peril

pp. 103-110
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Postmodern Prophet: Tocqueville Visits Vegas

pp. 111-118
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Reflections on the Collapse of Communism

pp. 119-126
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The Cultural Challenge to Individualism

pp. 127-134
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The Perils of Prosperity

pp. 135-141
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Compassion and the Softening of Mores

pp. 142-148
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Economic Inequality and Democratic Instability

pp. 149-156
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Women, Equality, and the Family

pp. 157-163
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The End of Revolution?

pp. 164-171
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War and Foreign Policy, American-Style

pp. 172-178
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Did Tocqueville Foresee Totalitarianism?

pp. 179-186
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The 1999 Freedom House Survey

A Century of Progress

pp. 187-200
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