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Unformatted Document Text:  49 WORKS CITED Almond, Gabriel and Sydney Verba. (1963). The Civic Culture. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Alvarez, Mike, Jose Antonio Cheibub, Fernando Limongi, and Adam Przeworski. (1996). “Classifying Political Regimes,” Comparative International Development. 31 (2): 3- 36. Amacher, Ryan C. and Holley H. Ulbrich. (1986). Principles of Microeconomics. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing. Arat, Zehra. (1988). “Democracy and Economic Development: Modernization Theory Revisited.” Comparative Politics. 21: 21-36. Barro, Robert J. (1997). Determinants of Economic Growth. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Bell, Daniel. (1973). The Coming of Postindustrial Society. New York: Basic Books. Bollen, Kenneth A. and Pamela M. Paxton. (1997). “Democracy before Athens,” In Manus I. Midlarsky, ed. Inequality, Democracy, and Economic Development. New York: Cambridge University Press. Bollen, Kenneth A. (1991). “Political Democracy: Conceptual and Measurement Traps.” In Alex Inkeles, ed. On Measuring Democracy. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. Bollen, Kenneth A. (1983). “World System Position, Dependency, and Democracy: The Cross-National Evidence,” American Sociological Review 48 (4): 468–79. Bollen, Kenneth A. (1979). “Political Democracy and the Timing of Development.” American Sociological Review. 44 (4): 572–87. Bollen, Kenneth A. and Robert Jackman. (1995). “Income Inequality and Democratization Revisited,” American Sociological Review. 60 (6): 983-89. Bollen, Kenneth A. and Robert Jackman. (1990).”Economic and noneconomic determinants of political democracy in the 1960s,” In Braungart, Richard G. and Margaret M. Braungart, eds. The Political Sociology of the State. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Browning, Lynnley. (2003). “U.S. Income Gap Widening, Study Says,” New York Times. 25 September, C2. Bryce, James. (1921). Modern Democracies. New York: The Macmillan Company.

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WORKS CITED

Almond, Gabriel and Sydney Verba. (1963). The Civic Culture. Princeton: Princeton
University Press.

Alvarez, Mike, Jose Antonio Cheibub, Fernando Limongi, and Adam Przeworski. (1996).
“Classifying Political Regimes,” Comparative International Development. 31 (2): 3-
36.
Amacher, Ryan C. and Holley H. Ulbrich. (1986). Principles of Microeconomics.
Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing.

Arat, Zehra. (1988). “Democracy and Economic Development: Modernization Theory
Revisited.” Comparative Politics. 21: 21-36.

Barro, Robert J. (1997). Determinants of Economic Growth. Cambridge, MA: The MIT
Press.

Bell, Daniel. (1973). The Coming of Postindustrial Society. New York: Basic Books.

Bollen, Kenneth A. and Pamela M. Paxton. (1997). “Democracy before Athens,” In
Manus I. Midlarsky, ed. Inequality, Democracy, and Economic Development. New
York: Cambridge University Press.

Bollen, Kenneth A. (1991). “Political Democracy: Conceptual and Measurement Traps.”
In Alex Inkeles, ed. On Measuring Democracy. New Brunswick: Transaction
Publishers.

Bollen, Kenneth A. (1983). “World System Position, Dependency, and Democracy: The
Cross-National Evidence,” American Sociological Review 48 (4): 468–79.

Bollen, Kenneth A. (1979). “Political Democracy and the Timing of Development.”
American Sociological Review. 44 (4): 572–87.

Bollen, Kenneth A. and Robert Jackman. (1995). “Income Inequality and
Democratization Revisited,” American Sociological Review. 60 (6): 983-89.

Bollen, Kenneth A. and Robert Jackman. (1990).”Economic and noneconomic
determinants of political democracy in the 1960s,” In Braungart, Richard G. and
Margaret M. Braungart, eds. The Political Sociology of the State. Greenwich, CT: JAI
Press.

Browning, Lynnley. (2003). “U.S. Income Gap Widening, Study Says,” New York
Times
. 25 September, C2.

Bryce, James. (1921). Modern Democracies. New York: The Macmillan Company.


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