Table of contents for Paths to democracy : revolution and totalitarianism / Rosemary H. T. O'Kane.


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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements
Part I			Democracy: Method and Theses
CHAPTER ONE	On Method: Comparative Historical Analysis and Politics
CHAPTER TWO	Democracy and Empirical Political Theory:
From the Present to the Past
CHAPTER THREE	Revolutions and Ideas of Democracy:
From the Past towards the Present
Part II		Revolution: Chance for Democracy
CHAPTER FOUR	Revolution and the Long Path to Democracy in France 
CHAPTER FIVE	Revolution and the Failure of Democracy in Russia and Germany
Part III		Totalitarianism: Antithesis of Democracy
CHAPTER SIX	The Rise of Totalitarian Regimes: Contrasting France
CHAPTER SEVEN Totalitarian Regime: Nazi Germany
CHAPTER EIGHT	Totalitarian Regime: Stalin's Soviet Union
Part IV		Democracy as Synthesis
CHAPTER NINE	Federal Germany: Re-tracing a Path to Democracy
CHAPTER TEN	Communism and Its Collapse: East Germany and The Soviet Union
Part V		Conclusion: Lessons for Democracy
CHAPTER ELEVEN	The Struggle for Modern Democracy
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Bibliography
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Democracy History, Revolution History, Totalitarianism History