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Compound democracies : why the United States and Europe are becoming similar

Author: Sergio Fabbrini
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A major and broad-ranging new comparison of the American and European political systems that argues provocatively that they are growing increasingly similar and offers a compelling new model for  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sergio Fabbrini
ISBN: 9780199566006 0199566003 9780199235612 0199235619
OCLC Number: 430497040
Notes: Originally published: 2007.
Description: xv, 351 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Differentiation in authority structures: state, nation, and democracy in Europe and America --
Institutionalization of different governmental patterns: separation and fusion of powers in America and Europe --
Alternative paths to a modern social order: territoriality, market, and welfare in America and Europe --
Different structuring of partisan politics in America and Europe: the role of parties in the political process --
American compound democracy and its challenges: the domestic implications of global power --
Structural transformation of European politics: the growth of the supranational European Union --
Compound democracy in America and Europe: comparing the USA and the EU --
The constitutionalization of the US and the EU compound democracies --
The puzzle of compound democracy: a comparative perspective.
Responsibility: Sergio Fabbrini.

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