1. Books Received
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  1. The Perils of a Protracted Transition
  2. Michael McFaul
  3. pp. 4-18
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  1. The Ravages of "Market Bolshevism"
  2. Dmitri Glinski, Peter Reddaway
  3. pp. 19-34
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  1. Forcing the Pace of Democratization
  2. Alexander Lukin
  3. pp. 35-40
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  1. The Haunting Presence of Marxism-Leninism
  2. Martin E. Malia
  3. pp. 41-46
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  1. The Feudalization of the State
  2. Charles H. Fairbanks
  3. pp. 47-53
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  1. Controlling the Military: A Partial Success
  2. Zoltan D. Barany
  3. pp. 54-67
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  1. The Roots of the Economic Crisis
  2. Andrei Illarionov
  3. pp. 68-82
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  1. The Problem of Fiscal Federalism
  2. Anders Åslund
  3. pp. 83-86
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  1. Creating Perverse Incentives
  2. James R. Millar
  3. pp. 87-90
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  1. The Mauritius Enigma
  2. William F. S. Miles
  3. pp. 91-104
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  1. The Democratic Invention
  2. Mario Soares
  3. pp. 105-112
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  1. Reflections on the Portuguese Revolution
  2. Diogo Freitas do Amaral
  3. pp. 113-123
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  1. The Case for Chinese Federalism
  2. Michael C. Davis
  3. pp. 124-137
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  1. Latin America: Beyond "Democratic Consolidation"
  2. David G. Becker
  3. pp. 138-151
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  1. Conducting Cambodia's Elections
  2. Kassie Neou, Jeffrey C. Gallup
  3. pp. 152-164
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  1. Regime change in Africa
  2. Joel D. Barkan
  3. pp. 165-170
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  1. Election Watch
  2. pp. 175-177
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  1. Documents on Democracy
  2. pp. 178-183
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  1. News and Notes
  2. pp. 184-187
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