restricted access   Volume 18, Number 4, October 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Democracy

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Is East-Central Europe Backsliding?

pp. 5-6

EU Accession Is No "End of History"

pp. 8-16

From Democracy Fatigue to Populist Backlash

pp. 17-25

The Political-Party Landscape

pp. 26-33

Leninist Legacies, Pluralist Dilemmas

pp. 34-39

Economic Woes and Political Disaffection

pp. 40-46

Nightmares From the Past, Dreams of the Future

pp. 47-55

The Strange Death of the Liberal Consensus

pp. 56-63

Iran's Resilient Civil Society

The Untold Story of the Fight for Human Rights

pp. 64-79

The Student Movement's Struggle

pp. 80-94

Nigeria's Muddled Elections

pp. 95-110

A Quarter-Century of Promoting Democracy

p. 111

A Quarter-Century of Promoting Democracy

pp. 112-126

Latin America's Indigenous Peoples

pp. 127-142

Understanding Democracy: Data from Unlikely Places

pp. 142-156

The Quest for Self-Rule in Tibet

pp. 157-171

Books in Review

China's Would-Be Citizens

pp. 172-180

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 176-179

Election Watch

Election Watch

pp. 180-182

Documents on Democracy

Documents on Democracy

pp. 183-185

News and Notes

New and Notes

pp. 186-188


Contents of Volume 17, 2006

pp. 189-190