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Contents List of Tables vi Preface and Acknowledgements vii Abbreviations x Introduction: The Two Faces of Revolution 1 The theme park worlds of International Relations and sociology 4 1 Towards an International Sociology 10 Three stages of historical sociology 11 A theory of the middle ground 19 Conceptualizing power relations 40 Towards an International Sociology 44 2 Studying Revolutions 46 Three generations in studying revolutions 47 Theories of revolution 53 A fourth-generation approach 70 The litmus test 75 3 A Story of Memory over Forgetting: The Czech Republic 77 Negotiated revolution 79 Revolutionary transformation 91 Conclusion 120 4 The Longest Walk: South Africa 121 Negotiated revolution 122 Revolutionary transformation 144 Conclusion 174 5 Por la Razón o la Fuerza: Chile 176 Negotiated revolution? 177 Revolution transformation? 199 Conclusion 224 6 Negotiated Revolutions 225 Homogeneity and difference 225 Whither revolution? 235 Bibliography 237 Index 267
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Revolutions -- Social aspects.
Revolutions -- Czech Republic.
Revolutions -- South Africa.
Revolutions -- Chile.
Social history -- 20th century.