Volume 11, Number 3, 2002

Table of Contents

From: The Good Society

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Building the Electronic Commons

pp. 1-9
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Liberated Viewers, Polarized Voters--The Implications of Increased Media Choice for Democratic Politics

pp. 10-16
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Community Networks and Civic Engagement: A Social Network Approach

pp. 17-24
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The Internet and America's Changing Sense of Community

pp. 25-28
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Featured Article

Emergent Order and Liberal Political Theory

pp. 29-33
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Symposium: Empowering Civil Society and Women in East Asia:
A Critical Examination of Democratization

Introduction

pp. 34-35
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Women and Democratization in the Republic of Korea

pp. 36-42
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Confucian Patriarchy Reexamined: Korean Families and the IMF Economic Crisis

pp. 43-49
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Books in Review: Public Vows:
A History of Marriage and the Nation by Nancy F. Cott

The Place of Marriage in Democracy's Formative Project

pp. 50-56
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Reconstructing Law and Marriage

pp. 57-67
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From Welfare to Wedlock: Marriage Promotion and Poor Mothers' Inequality

pp. 68-73
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The Future of Public Laws for Private Marriages

pp. 74-78
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Engendering Democracy through Understanding Federal Family Law

pp. 79-83
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Legislating in the Shadow of Nature

pp. 84-87
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The Power of Government in Marriage

pp. 88-90
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Other Articles

The Rousseauean Moment

pp. 91-94
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Ophuls' Great Leap Forward

pp. 95-96
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Rousseau, Not Calvin

pp. 97-98
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