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  Volume 21, Number 1, January 2010

Table of Contents

Democracy’s Past and Future

Democracy's Past and Future

pp. 5-8
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Still Bowling Alone?: The Post-9/11 Split

pp. 9-16
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Twenty-Five Years, Fifteen Findings

pp. 17-28
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Schmitter's Retrospective: A Few Dissenting Notes

pp. 29-32
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Transitions to the Rule of Law

pp. 33-44
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The Crash of '08

pp. 45-56
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Why Democracy Needs a Level Playing Field

pp. 57-68
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Authoritarianism's Last Line of Defense

pp. 69-80
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Populism, Pluralism, and Liberal Democracy

pp. 81-92
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Why Are There No Arab Democracies?

pp. 93-112
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Twenty Years of Postcommunism

In Search of A New Model

pp. 105-112
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Deepening Dissatisfaction

pp. 113-119
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The Other Transition

pp. 120-127
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Citizenship Restored

pp. 128-135
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Freedom and the State

pp. 136-143
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Georgia's Soviet Legacy

pp. 144-151
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What's the Matter with Russia?

pp. 152-159
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Review Essay

Democratic Triumph, Scholarly Pessimism

pp. 160-167
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Books Received

pp. 167-170
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Election Watch

pp. 171-174
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 175-180
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News and Notes

pp. 181-183
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Leszek Kolakowski (1927–2009)

pp. 184-188
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Research Areas

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