By Stephan Haggard,Robert R. Kaufman
From the Eighties during the first decade of the twenty-first century, the unfold of democracy around the constructing and post-Communist worlds remodeled the worldwide political panorama. What drove those alterations and what made up our minds even if the rising democracies might stabilize or revert to authoritarian rule? Dictators and Democrats takes a finished examine the transitions to and from democracy in contemporary a long time. Deploying either statistical and qualitative research, Stephen Haggard and Robert Kaufman interact with theories of democratic switch and suggest methods that emphasize political and institutional components. whereas inequality has been a admired cause of democratic transitions, the authors argue that its position has been constrained, and elites in addition to plenty can force regime change.
Examining seventy-eight circumstances of democratic transition and twenty-five reversions considering 1980, Haggard and Kaufman express how ameliorations in authoritarian regimes and organizational features form renowned protest and elite projects in transitions to democracy, and the way institutional weaknesses reason a few democracies to fail. The determinants of democracy lie within the power of present associations and the public's skill to have interaction in collective motion. There are a number of routes to democracy, yet these growing to be out of mass mobilization may supply extra exams on incumbents than these rising from intra-elite bargains.
Moving past recognized ideals concerning regime adjustments, Dictators and Democrats explores the stipulations less than which transitions to democracy are inclined to arise.
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Dictators and Democrats: Masses, Elites, and Regime Change by Stephan Haggard,Robert R. Kaufman