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  • Journal of Democracy Index to Volume 3

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January 1992, No. 1

Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's Quest for Democracy

Enrique Krauze, Old Paradigms & New Openings in Latin America

Michael McFaul, Russia's Emerging Political Parties

Pamela Constable, Haiti's Shattered Hopes

Atul Kohli, Indian Democracy: Stress and Resilience

Joshua Muravchik, Eastern Europe's "Terrible Twos"

Yossi Shain & Juan Linz, The Role of Interim Governments

Peter Anyang' Nyong'o, Africa: The Failure of One-Party Rule

Stephen F. Szabo, The New Germany

Minxin Pei, Societal Takeover in China and the USSR

Books in Review

Dankwart A. Rustow on "The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century"

April 1992, No. 2

Problems of Postcommunism

Bronislaw Geremek, Civil Society Then and Now

Richard Rose, Toward a Civil Economy

Condoleezza Rice, The Military Under Democracy

Adrian Karatnycky, The Battle of the Trade Unions

Krzysztof Jasiewicz, From Solidarity to Fragmentation

Enrique Baloyra, Salvaging El Salvador

Michael Bratton, Zambia Starts Over

Amin Saikal, Afghanistan: A New Approach

Metin Heper, Consolidating Turkish Democracy

Books in Review

Marc F. Plattner on "The End of History and the Last Man" [End Page 141]

July 1992, No. 3 (Special Issue)

Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy

Peter L. Berger, The Uncertain Triumph of Democratic Capitalism

Kyung-won Kim, Marx, Schumpeter, and the East Asian Experience

Claude Ake, Devaluing Democracy

Jagdish Bhagwati, Democracy and Development

Adam Przeworksi, The Neoliberal Fallacy

G.M. Tamás, Socialism, Capitalism, and Modernity

Jeremy Shearmur, In Defense of Neoliberalism

Robert A. Dahl, Why Free Markets Are Not Enough

Francisco Weffort, The Future of Socialism

Francis Fukuyama, Capitalism & Democracy: The Missing Link

Arturo Fontaine Talavera, The Future of an Illusion

Ralph Miliband, The Socialist Alternative

J. Stephen Morrison, Ethiopia Charts a New Course

María Rosa de Martini & Sofía de Pinedo, Women and Civic Life in Argentina

Books in Review

Ashutosh Varshney on "Democracy and Discontent: India's Growing Crisis of Governability" and "The Politics of India Since Independence"

October 1992, No. 4

Ghia Nodia, Nationalism and Democracy

Comments by Francis Fukuyama and Shlomo Avineri

Michael Coppedge, Venezuela's Vulnerable Democracy

Robert A. Dahl, The Problem of Civic Competence

R. William Liddle, Indonesia's Threefold Crisis

The Islamist Challenge

Lahouari Addi, Religion and Modernity in Algeria

Mark J. Gasiorowski, The Failure of Reform in Tunisia

René Lemarchand, Africa's Troubled Transitions

David G. Timberman, The Philippines at the Polls

Books in Review

Stephen Miller on "After the Fall: The Pursuit of Democracy in Central Europe" and "Reinventing Politics: Eastern Europe from Stalin to Havel" [End Page 142]