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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lipset, Seymour Martin.
Revolution and counterrevolution.
New York : Basic Books, 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Seymour Martin Lipset
|Description:||xiv, 466 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Introduction: comparative sociology and history: History and sociology: some methodological considerations --
pt. 2. Value differences in American perspective: Canada, Latin America, and the United States: Revolution and counterrevolution: the United States and Canada --
Values and entrepreneurship in the Americas --
pt. 3. Social stratification and politics: Issues in social class analysis --
Class, politics, and religion in modern society: the dilemma of the conservatives --
pt. 4. Political cleavages in comparative perspective: Political cleavages in "developed" and "emerging" polities --
The modernization of contemporary European politics --
Religion and politics in the American past and present --
The right-wing "revival" and the "backlash" in the United States --
pt. 5. Continuities in scholarship: three pioneers of comparative analysis: Harriet Martineau: a pioneer comparative sociologist --
Moisei Ostrogorski and the analytical approach to the comparative study of political parties --
Robert Michels and the "iron law of oligarchy."
|Responsibility:||Seymour Martin Lipset.|