Table of contents for Ruling, but not governing : the military and political development in Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey / Steven A. Cook.

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Contents
1. Ruling, But Not Governing: A Logic of Regime Stability
2. The Egyptian, Algerian, and Turkish Military 'Enclaves:' The Contours of the Officers'
Autonomy
3. The Pouvoir Militaire and the Failure to Achieve a "Just Mean"
4. Institutionalizing a Military-Founded System
5. Turkish Paradox: Islamist Political Power and the Kemalist Political Order
6. Toward a Democratic Transition? Weakening the Patterns of Political Inclusion and Exclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Civil-military relations.
Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Authoritarianism.
Democracy.
Democratization.
Egypt -- Politics and government.
Algeria -- Politics and government.
Turkey -- Politics and government.