1. Election Watch
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  1. Books Received
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  1. The Hong Kong Example
  2. Martin C. M. Lee
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  1. A Program for Democratic Reform
  2. Jue Fang
  3. pp. 9-19
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  1. Liberalism, Equal Status, and Human Rights
  2. Yu-shih Mao, Shi Heping
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  1. George Washington and the Founding of Democracy
  2. Seymour Martin Lipset
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  1. A Political Success Story
  2. Paul B. Henze
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  1. Oldspeak vs. Newspeak
  2. Richard A. Joseph
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  1. A Bureaucratic Authoritarian Regime
  2. John W. Harbeson
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  1. Free Politics and Free Markets in Latin America
  2. Jorge I. Dominguez
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  1. Judicial Review and the Arab World
  2. Nathan J. Brown
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  1. Eastern Europe's Constitutional Courts
  2. Herman Schwartz
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  1. The New Military Autonomy in Latin America
  2. Consuelo Cruz, Rut C. Diamint
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  1. South Africa's Emerging Dominant-Party Regime
  2. Hermann Buhr Giliomee
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  1. The Dynamics of Democratic Exclusion
  2. Charles Taylor
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  1. Promoting Democracy, Peace, and Solidarity
  2. Andrea Riccardi
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  1. Liberalism of Sorts
  2. Joao Carlos Espada
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  1. Documents on Democracy
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  1. News and Notes
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