Volume 9, Number 1, January 1998

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Democracy

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Documents on Democracy

pp. 183-186
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News and Notes

pp. 187-189
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Articles

Will China Democratize?

Disruption Without Disintegration

pp. 4-5
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The Road From Socialism

pp. 6-10
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The Halting Advance of Pluralism

pp. 11-17
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Sources of Resistance

pp. 18-26
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Confronting a Classic Dilemma

pp. 27-34
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Current Trends and Future Prospects

pp. 35-40
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The End of Communism

pp. 41-47
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A "Gray" Transformation

pp. 48-53
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Three Scenarios

pp. 54-59
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"Even Our Caution Must Be Hedged"

pp. 60-64
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Democracy and Utopia

pp. 65-79
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Iran's Remarkable Election

pp. 80-94
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Consolidation and Public Opinion in South Africa

pp. 95-110
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Croatia at the Crossroads

pp. 111-124
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Self-Coups: Peru, Guatemala, and Russia

pp. 125-139
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Ethnic Conflict and the "Generosity Moment"

pp. 140-153
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Comment

Mediating Elections:

pp. 154-163
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Field Report

India: Running the World's Biggest Elections

pp. 164-168
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Books in Review

A solid smorgasbord

pp. 169-173
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