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  Volume 12, Number 1, 2003

Table of Contents

From: The Good Society

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Faith-Based Initiatives: A Civil Society Approach

pp. 1-10
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Civil Society and its Discontents

pp. 11-16
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Civil Society: The Unanswered Question of Where Power Resides

pp. 17-24
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Symposium: European Citizenship Part I

European Citizenship Introduction

pp. 25-26
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Democratic Citizenship in Today's Europe

pp. 27-30
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European Citizenship and the Republican Tradition

pp. 31-34
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Symposium: Democratization and Civil Society in East Asia Part III

Environmental GONGO Autonomy: Unintended Consequences of State Strategies in China

pp. 35-45
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The Growth of Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia: The Potential Roles of Civil Society

pp. 46-51
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Books in Review: Civic Innovation in America by Carmen Sirianni and Lewis A Friedland

Issues Raised by a Reading of Civic Innovation in America: Continuity in Relational Organizing by Community Women, Rightwing Forces Against Democracy, and A Closer Look at On-the-Ground Practices and Strategic Visions

pp. 52-55
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Civic Innovation in America: Towards a Reflexive Politics

pp. 56-62
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Civic Renewal And Inequality

pp. 63-66
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Collaboration, Conflict and Social Learning

pp. 67-69
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Seeds of a Different Politics

pp. 70-73
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Civic Innovation, Conflict, and Politics: Response for The Good Society Symposium on Civic Innovation in America

pp. 74-82
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Research Areas

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